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Re: Bug: org-agenda-sorting-strategy priority has no effect [9.3.7 (9.3.
Re: Bug: org-agenda-sorting-strategy priority has no effect [9.3.7 (9.3.7-16-g521d7f-elpaplus @ /Users/devil/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200803/)]
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 20:17:54 -0400
Adam Faryna writes:
> org-agenda-sorting-strategy priority sorting doesn't work in my setup.
> I have a single file for all the tasks for agenda. Its structure looks
> similar to
> # -*- mode: org; mode: my/org-agenda-appt -*-
> #+STARTUP: overview
> #+CATEGORY: Tasks
> #+ARCHIVE: ../archive/tasks_archive.org::
> * Tasks
> :CATEGORY: Single
> ** TODO task 1
> ** TODO task 2
> * Repeatable
> :CATEGORY: Repeat
> ** TODO task 3
> ** TODO task 4
> The agenda show records with different priorities totally mixed up. When I run
> agenda with org-agenda-sorting-strategy set to just priority-up it
> doesn't change anything.
None of the entries in your example have priorities (or, effectively,
they are all have the same priority, B). Here's how you'd mark a
heading as a priority A heading:
** TODO [#A] task 1
See the (info "(org)Priorities") node in the manual for more details.