I'm using org-mode to keep track of the time I spend on various projects. I have one main org file and two more for two large projects I'm working on. All three are listed in
org-agenda-files. I created a clock table in the main org file and set
in the clocktable header to summarise the time spent. This all works fine.
However, I also have a few smaller projects that also have time tracked in their own org file (located in the subdirectory that contains everything about those projects), and I'd like to track time in those as well.
Of course I could add those files to
org-agenda-files, but that would mean updating my
.emacs every time I start a new small project. Not the end of the world of course, but since I already have a link to the small-project-org-files in the main org file (see example below), I'd like to set the
:scope to something like
:scope agenda-with-archives linked-org-files
Ideally (although I'm not using that yet) including archive files of those smaller projects would be great to (something like
Here is an example of how my main org file is structured:
* Small project 1 See file:~/Projects/Project 1/notes_project_1.org for more details. * Small project 2 See file:~/Projects/Project 2/notes_project_2.org. ** DONE Some small task I can do quickly CLOCK: [2014-12-05 vr 12:19]--[2014-12-05 vr 12:40] => 0:21 Some info on the small task.
Any idea on how to achieve this?