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Is it possible for org-mode agenda view to display a customized label for the week, in addition to the week number included by default? For example, the agenda for the current week shows:

Week-agenda (W37):
Monday      9 September 2019 W37

Instead, I would like it to show one of the following options, or a similar one (no preference, other than ease of implementation):

Week-agenda (W37 | A W00):
Monday      9 September 2019 W37 | A W00
Week-agenda (W37):
Monday      9 September 2019 W37 | A W00
Week-agenda (W37 | A W00):
Monday      9 September 2019 W37

The custom label captures one of three periods in the year (A--C), each comprising 10 weeks (W00--W10). The start date for each period is arbitrary, so it has to be set manually.

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  • I am looking for something similar, since at my workplace they use a specific week system which does not match the week numbering system advocated by org-mode agenda. Therefore, I would like to have a display of a different week number which I could set manually.
    – Ajned
    Dec 11, 2019 at 19:24
  • I would like something similar too, I use with my students a specific week system which does not match the week numbering in the year calendar. Therefore, I would like to have a display of a different week number which I could customize. Oct 17, 2021 at 19:54

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I believe the answer is 'no'. However, you can create a property on the org files that contains the custom week number and then create a customized org agenda view based on a search for that property. This view can be saved as a custom command in org-agenda-custom-commands.

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