To get to my day page (agenda), currently I have to type in the following keys
C-c a(binded to
a(Agenda for current week or day)
d(to switch from week-view to day-view)
C-c C-x C-c(to switch to column-view)
It's too much! Can I achieve the same thing by pressing just one key say
<f10>, and hopefully without unnecessary evaluations? It's not as easy as normal key bindings I suppose, since one has to deal with the org agenda dispatcher.
EDIT: Answer found
- See NickD's answer. The key is
(org-agenda-list nil nil 1 nil)and details can be found in the manual of the function
C-h f org-agenda-list <RET>. This way is much faster than the second answer below.
- If you accept macro as a solution (which is slower), turn it into an elisp function by using the package
elmacroand assign a keybind.