Is there a quick way to move all notes across all projects to tomorrow that are not done and on the agenda and assigned to today?
To be clear, I read this post, and saw the suggestions. To address them right away:
consider this tedium as a negative incentive to better manage your planning. If you’re overplanning so much […] then it’s just not worth the bother.
I have projects at my work that I’m involved in either on purpose or not. I need to keep tabs on each and check on them. I tend to eventually get through or delegate everything.
The way Agenda was designed, you make a note, and you would usually put a checklist in that note. The note would get a date, and you would only have to change the date for the whole note if you didn’t finish the list.
I do this, but if I completed half the checklist, I’d like it filed in that date under my timeline, so I split the uncompleted part of checklist into a new note. In this situation the feature I’m requesting is not helpful, but the feature in the linked post would indeed help, so I’d +1 that one too.
The main idea is that I have lots of tasks in many projects, and some lose relevance or get delegated over time, and some don’t. I still want to see everything that I have for today so that I could prioritize what to work on, delegate, or remove stuff. I could use the “on the agenda” view for this, but I actually need the notes to be assigned to the correct date, because I use the timeline to track everything I do.
Any advice much appreciated!