Everdo 1.1.1 - Inline Command Improvements
This update adds several new inline commands and extends the existing ones.
- Command to set a specific Due Date
- Command to move to Someday/Maybe
- Command to move to Next
- Command to move to Scheduled and set Start Date
- Ability to clear focus, time, energy, due date
Setting a Due Date
It's easy to set a specific due date from the keyboard. Just use one of the following command formats below:
:d 2 may :d 2 may 2018 :d may 2 :d may 2 2018
The ability to sed due day to
+n days is still present:
:d :d 5d :d 5
Moving to Next or Someday/Maybe
:n to move to Next and
:m for Someday/Maybe.
Moving to Scheduled and Setting a Start Date
:s command to move an item to Scheduled and it's start date to tomorrow.
To specify a different start date, use the same format as for due date, for example:
:s 2 May :s May 2 2018 :s 5d
There's no support for setting up repeating rules yet.
Clearing attributes via inline commands
To remove a due date, time, energy or focus attribute, use
:d none :e none :t none :f none