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Re: How to use Next: in tasks


> On Tue, 04 Dec 2012 22:43:52 +0100
> Vlastimil Ott <linux@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> How could I create the relation between tasks? How does the syntax
> look? What does it mean "previous"?
> I was looking for it in the manual, on the webpage but was not
> successful.
> Thanks for a hint or help,

Other will tell with more precision. In the meantime (and from what I
recall) on a page type FIXME: or TODO: for the main tasks, and Next:
for the subtasks

FIXME: Task 1 name
Next: Sub-Task 1 name
Next: Sub-Task 1 name

FIXME: Task 2 name
Next: Sub-Task 2 ...
Next: Sub-Task 2 ...

They will appear on the Tasks list (See print-screen attached) for a
given page:
FIXME: in black color
Next: in gray color

You can also give tags to your task "@name" (to search for them
easily) and set their importance "!". It's in the Help "Tasks plug-in".

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