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On the page you linked, it says you can reuse a prompt value with %\1. Instead of %^{Name of Job} twice, use %\\1 for the second occurrence in your template. You'll need the extra \ because it's inside a string and needs to be escaped. ("J" "Jobs" entry (file+headline "~/org/NOTES.org" "Jobs") ; jobs "* TODO %^{Name of Job}\nSCHEDULED: %(org-insert-time-...


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[Not a complete answer, but too long to be a comment.] If you insist on this workflow, it is going to be very messy. If you limit yourself to something simpler, I think the answer that you linked to is enough to do most of what you want. I'm going to disregard the "internal link" case for now (which is why the answer is incomplete). You define a template ...


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I had similar issue. I managed to solve it with help of @parsnip from #emacs channel on freenode IRC. It's all because of of org-mode-hook with (org-next-visible-heading 1) (defun setup-org-log-buffer () (org-next-visible-heading 1)) (add-hook 'org-mode-hook 'setup-org-buffer) After removing it everything works as expected. Maybe in your case it's ...


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