I'm using a package that automatically adds a
CREATED property with a current time stamp to every item I create. I would like these timestamps not to appear in my agenda. To demonstrate, here is a minimal example. The whole
(global-set-key "\C-ca" 'org-agenda) (setq org-agenda-files (list "~/org.org"))
* TODO Created Today :PROPERTIES: :CREATED: <2019-11-05 Tue 11:00> :END: * TODO Scheduled Today SCHEDULED: <2019-11-05 Tue> * TODO Deadline Tomorrow DEADLINE: <2019-11-06 Wed>
With that, pressing
C-c a a (i.e., conjuring up the default agenda) gives me this:
I like the fact that it tells me what's scheduled when and when which deadlines are, but having this huge time table to show me when I created which items is just unnecessary. Is there a way of getting rid of that?
The documentation of the agenda says that it shows "the entries for each day". It is very unspecific what it considers to be "an entry for a day". Is there a way of controlling this? Also note that I did not switch the agenda into "logbook mode". In fact, in my example, it shows the exact same thing in "logbook mode". However, since the
CREATED timestamp is not in the
LOGBOOK drawer, it should not be affected by logbook mode anyways, right?