In case anyone is curious, my daily system is that I have a running todo list ala the Cycle System- which I've been using for well over a decade (maybe 15 years?) and then I also have Time Blocks, that is time I set aside for certain tasks that require deep focus.
The todo list is managed in org-mode, but I haven't found a representation of Time Blocks on the computer that I find is faster or easier to use than writing it out.
@emacsen Could you elaborate on the cycle system? In Org-mode, I've mainly been using an elaborate set of TODO tags within projects and a set of agenda filters. Both org-super-agenda and org-ql come in handy to track tasks, but it isn't really working as a dayplanner, so I'm looking for new systems
@EFLS The Cycle System is laid out in
BTW, I love and use org-mode but it fails miserably in three keys ways for me:
1. It can't handle groups of collaborators
2. I've yet to find a satisfying mobile option
3. I've yet to find a nice way to get Emacs to talk to other services via an API, which makes it harder to integrate with other things
@emacsen Thanks for the info, I'll check out the reference. And I fully agree with your key points about Org
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