I’ve learned that you can assign a note to today by hitting shift-cmd-return. That’s very convenient. However, I then expected that by hitting the same keyboard shortcut again you’d remove the note from today’s date (as hitting shift-cmd-U once puts a note on the agenda, and hitting it twice removes it from the agenda). That does not work. In fact, there does not seem to be a shortcut to remove a note from today’s date.
Would it be possible to make the shift-cmd-return keyboard shortcut work like the shift-cmd-U shortcut?