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8.4 Saving to a Planner Page

This backend does not come with Emacs. To get it, download the latest version of Remember from

If you are using PlannerMode, depending on your configuration, notes made using remember-el may actually be saved to a project and/or day plan page.

remember-planner.el makes the notes you save with remember have more context information associated with them, in the way that PlannerMode tasks do.

To use remember-planner, place this in your .emacs:

     (require 'remember-planner)
     (setq remember-handler-functions '(remember-planner-append))

To take advantage of PlannerMode's annotation functions, add the following code as well:

     (setq remember-annotation-functions planner-annotation-functions)

Then, type M-x remember to remember new text, M-x remember-region to remember the current region, or C-u M-x remember to remember the current region but have an opportunity to edit it before it is saved.

— User Option: remember-planner-xref-p

Non-nil means cross-reference new entries with plan pages. Plan pages are useful for gathering related information. If you don't want a note associated with a plan page, you can press RET to accept the default (just today's page) or specify nil at the prompt.

— User Option: remember-planner-copy-on-xref-flag

Non-nil means copy note text instead of moving it to the plan page. If nil, move the note body to the plan page, leaving a cross-reference link on the day page. This results in shorter day pages but may be harder for people to read.

— User Option: remember-planner-timestamp-format

Format of timestamp for remember entries.

remember-planner.el does not define any interactive functions or keybindings.