I would like to be able to set a keyword or tag for a subtree, which hides all todos in
The Video of John Cleese about creativity states inspired me. He says that we enter a "closed mode" for getting work done, like going through a tunnel and at the end switch back in "open mode" for creative/planning tasks.
I would like such a "tunnel"-keyword or tag to help me focus on getting all tasks of a subtree done by hiding the
DONE tasks (on the fly) as long as the keyword or tag persists. Maybe something similar to the
COMMENT keyword before the heading.
I fear that archiving destroys the tree structure (e. g. for clock reports or later review). I would like to archive the whole project tree after a project is finished. Sparse trees don't update on the fly and I can not close and expand the parent heading without showing all the children again.
open mode / normal
* Heading 1 ** TODO One Thing ** DONE Other Thing * Heading 2 ** DONE Another Thing
variant closed mode - with keyword like COMMENT
* TUNNEL Heading 1 ** TODO One Thing * Heading 2 ** DONE Another Thing
variant closed mode - with tag
* Heading 1 :tunnel: ** TODO One Thing * Heading 2 ** DONE Another Thing
I am new to Emacs.