I've enabled org-super-agenda to play with it and now Emacs displays my org-agenda when starting Emacs.

I don't find any way to disable that.

Any pointers?;)

  • Emacs restores settings from the .emacs and other initialization files and from the .emacs.desktop. The easiest way would be to delete/rename these files. Another approach: search for -agenda in .emacs and all files in .emacs.d directory to find out which file you need to edit.
    – Claudio
    Apr 28, 2023 at 1:39
  • What exactly did you to enable it in the first place? If the agenda is displayed automatically when you start Emacs, then look in your init file for a call to org-agenda or similar. You need to provide more information.
    – NickD
    Apr 28, 2023 at 2:15
  • I don't use org-super-agenda. But I guess from my inspection of the source code that you just have to switch off org-super-agenda-mode via M-x customize-option org-super-agenda-mode. It is a globally defined minor mode.
    – Tobias
    Apr 28, 2023 at 2:23


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