planner-appt

Now that I’ve taken a closer look at it, I can see that planner-appt’s
much cooler than the little hacks I’d been using to keep track of my
schedule. I’m still not sure if I need a separate schedule section,
because I’ve gotten used to managing my appointments in my task list.
It’s nice to know that the option is there, though, and I like how
color-coding makes it easy to see which appointments are past and
which ones are coming up.

Here’s my config for planner-appt.el:

;;;_+ Appointments
(require 'planner-appt)
(planner-appt-use-tasks-and-schedule)
(planner-appt-insinuate)
(setq planner-appt-update-appts-on-save-flag t)
(setq planner-appt-sort-schedule-on-update-flag t)
(setq planner-appt-schedule-cyclic-behavior 'future)
(setq planner-appt-task-use-appointments-section-flag t)

I wonder how I can go about exporting my appointments… <muse>

Random Emacs symbol: x-uses-old-gtk-dialog – Function: Return t if the old Gtk+ file selection dialog is used.

One response to “planner-appt”

  1. Chris Ball says:

    Hi Sacha!

    I’ve just started using planner-appt too. Do you have any idea how I might get emacs to send out an e-mail containing planner-appt-forthcoming-display every day, and maybe at appointment times too?

    (I checked the “notify me of followup comments via e-mail” here, so I should be able to see replies..)

    Many thanks!

    – Chris.

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