When I create an org todo entry in a weekly journal file under a date heading using org-journal, that todo will not appear in org-agenda unless I specifically assign a deadline or scheduling date to the item. The org-journal documentation seems to imply that todos created in a org-journal file can inherit a deadline from the file or header.
If that is the case, I wonder what I might be doing wrong. If not, what might be a way to achieve this kind of customization?
Here are my org-journal customizations:
(setq org-journal-dir "~/Documents/org/journal/") (setq org-journal-file-type 'weekly) (setq org-journal-file-format "%Y-%m-%d") (setq org-journal-time-format "TODO ") (setq org-journal-time-prefix "** ") (setq org-journal-date-format "%A, %B %d %Y") (defun org-journal-date-format-func (time) "Custom function to insert journal date header, and some custom text on a newly created journal file." (when (= (buffer-size) 0) (insert (pcase org-journal-file-type (`daily "#+TITLE: Daily Journal\n\n") (`weekly (concat"#+TITLE: Weekly Journal " (format-time-string "(Wk #%V)" time) "\n\n")) (`monthly "#+TITLE: Monthly Journal\n\n") (`yearly "#+TITLE: Yearly Journal\n\n")))) (concat org-journal-date-prefix (format-time-string "%A, %x" time))) (setq org-journal-date-format 'org-journal-date-format-func)