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I recently found org-agenda-clockreport. Because I keep all my .org files in a single directory (indexed by deft), including files with notes and no tasks, I get a table with tens of rows, with only one or two that have any time logged. Is there any way to drop any rows in the clockreport that have zero time?

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I found the answer by searching for variables with "agenda" and "clock" and "report" using Helm.

The variable org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist can be modified with the following key/value pairs:

:stepskip0 t
:fileskip0 t

I modified the variable using Emacs' customize screen, but then I moved it from custom.el to my own init.el, and this works for me:

(setq org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist '(:stepskip0 t :link t :maxlevel 2 :fileskip0 t))

The other two keys (:link and :maxlevel) were already set in org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist. You may wish to modify only the keys :setpskip0 and :fileskip0 but I don't know how to do that in Emacs lisp (yet) :)

If you have clock reports outside of the agenda, the same parameters work. For example:

#+BEGIN: clocktable :scope agenda :maxlevel 3 :block today :stepskip0 t :fileskip0 t :link t
#+END

Press Ctrl-C Ctrl-C on the above code block to get a clock report outside of the agenda.

See section 8.4.2 "The Clock Table" in Org-mode's info section: https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/org/The-clock-table.html

:stepskip0’
     When non-‘nil’, do not show steps that have zero time.

:fileskip0’
     When non-‘nil’, do not show table sections from files which did not
     contribute.

Thanks, --Nate

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