This backend does not come with Emacs. To get it, download the latest version of Remember from http://download.gna.org/remember-el/.
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.
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.
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.
remember-planner.el does not define any interactive functions or keybindings.