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== org-mode ==
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{{Package
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|name=Org,Org-Mode
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|description=GTD and document authoring package/markup language
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|author= Carsten Dominik
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|maintainer=Bastien Guerry
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|source=http://orgmode.org/w/org-mode.git
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|in_emacs=yes (likely be out of date)
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|Development status=active
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|website=http://orgmode.org
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}}
  
The "killer app" for emacs is [http://orgmode.org org-mode]. Org-Mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system. It can also be used to log time spent on projects. On top of that, it also offers a convenient way of doing [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literate_programming literate programming]. Plus it contains a spreadsheet.
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'''Org''' is an Emacs mode for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists,
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project planning, outlining, and authoring with a fast and effective
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plain-text system. Org Mode is simple enough to start using right
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away, but provides tons of advanced features to support a wide variety
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of tasks and workflows.
  
Org-Mode is distributed with Emacs, but you may want to check for a newer version. This project is under very active development.
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Org-Mode is distributed with Emacs (since Emacs 22.2). This project is
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under active development and new releases are often available.
  
Mobile versions containing a subset of Org's features are available for iOS (iPhone/Pad/Pod) and Android.
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=== Features ===
  
== Documentation ==
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* Simple plain text markup for hierarchical documents.
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* Built-in table editor: easily format tables and work with spreadsheets in plain text.
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* Extensible hyperlinking: create cross-references, link to external resources, and more.
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* Capture system: create templates to quickly capture and file notes and tasks.
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* Sequences of TODO-style keywords for task progress tracking.
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* Tags, priorities and properties to categorize, sort, filter, and search.
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* Custom project views using Org's Agenda.
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* Convenient date/time handling for timestamps, deadlines, and scheduling.
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* Clock support to track time spent on projects.
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* Export from plain-text to a variety of formats (HTML, LaTeX, DocBook, etc).
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* Embedded source blocks: edit code blocks in-line with the appropriate mode. Execute code blocks to generate content. Org can even be used for [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literate_programming literate programming].
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* Mobile support providing a subset of Org capabilities on iOS and Android devices.
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== External Links ==
 
The Org-Mode project maintains excellent documentation and has an active community.
 
The Org-Mode project maintains excellent documentation and has an active community.
  
* [http://orgmode.org/org-mode-documentation.html Org-Mode Documentation Home]
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* [http://orgmode.org/ Org Project]
* [http://orgmode.org/worg/ Worg, the Org-Mode Community!]
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* [http://orgmode.org/org.html Documentation]
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* [http://orgmode.org/w/org-mode.git Source Repository (git)]
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* [http://orgmode.org/worg/ Worg, the Org Community!]
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* [http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html Organize your life in plain text!]
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[[Category:Org]][[Category:Document authoring]][[Category:Markup languages]][[Category:Built-in Package]][[Category:Popular Package]] [[Category:GTD]]
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[[Category:Desktop Management]][[Category:Organizer]]
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== See also ==
  
[[Category:Productivity]]
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[http://jblevins.org/projects/deft/ Deft], an Emacs mode for quickly browsing, filtering, and editing directories of plain text notes, inspired by Notational Velocity. It can be a way to leverage the process of taking notes in several org files.

Latest revision as of 10:03, 23 April 2014

Org,Org-Mode
Description GTD and document authoring package/markup language
Author Carsten Dominik
Maintainer Bastien Guerry
Source http://orgmode.org/w/org-mode.git
Part of Emacs yes (likely be out of date)

Org is an Emacs mode for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, project planning, outlining, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system. Org Mode is simple enough to start using right away, but provides tons of advanced features to support a wide variety of tasks and workflows.

Org-Mode is distributed with Emacs (since Emacs 22.2). This project is under active development and new releases are often available.

Features[edit]

  • Simple plain text markup for hierarchical documents.
  • Built-in table editor: easily format tables and work with spreadsheets in plain text.
  • Extensible hyperlinking: create cross-references, link to external resources, and more.
  • Capture system: create templates to quickly capture and file notes and tasks.
  • Sequences of TODO-style keywords for task progress tracking.
  • Tags, priorities and properties to categorize, sort, filter, and search.
  • Custom project views using Org's Agenda.
  • Convenient date/time handling for timestamps, deadlines, and scheduling.
  • Clock support to track time spent on projects.
  • Export from plain-text to a variety of formats (HTML, LaTeX, DocBook, etc).
  • Embedded source blocks: edit code blocks in-line with the appropriate mode. Execute code blocks to generate content. Org can even be used for literate programming.
  • Mobile support providing a subset of Org capabilities on iOS and Android devices.

External Links[edit]

The Org-Mode project maintains excellent documentation and has an active community.

See also[edit]

Deft, an Emacs mode for quickly browsing, filtering, and editing directories of plain text notes, inspired by Notational Velocity. It can be a way to leverage the process of taking notes in several org files.