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Re: [O] org-schedule vs org-time-stamp

From: Paul Rudin
Subject: Re: [O] org-schedule vs org-time-stamp
Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2013 20:43:46 +0100
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"Sebastien Vauban" <address@hidden>

> Paul Rudin,
> Paul Rudin wrote:
>> I'm not clear on how these two are intended to be used. The former
>> prefixes the timestamp with "SCHEDULED:" but I'm not sure what practical
>> consequences this has. Items appear in the agenda either way.
> You should absolutely read the chapter 8 ("Dates and Times") of the Org
> manual.
> In summary, active timestamps only will appear on the day of the timestamp.
> It's good for meetings or birthdays or events that naturally only occur at a
> certain day.
> SCHEDULED timestamps indicate when you want to start working on a task. Such
> items will appear every day, on and on, in your agenda until you mark them
> done.

Ah yes, I see. Thanks.

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