There are many reasons why we can start our days with a strict daily plan, and still get caught with newer tasks. If we face this reality, making a schedule for the day doesn't cut it. A feature that keeps such tasks in an internal log, to be brought back to your questions the next day is a good way to ensure you don't only keep track of specific, pre-planned ideas, but also the situational ones that are likely out of your control.
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Yup, yup. This would be great!
Sometimes in a day I work on many smaller things that I forget until tomorrow (even more evident for Friday-Monday switch).
A simple command like
`/buffer <small task>`
`/done <small task>`
that will save those <small task>s and then tomorrow return all the messages in "buffer" when I get the daily questions.
The idea of `/buffer <small task>` would work for me for those things that are unexpected and have prevented me from doing planned tasks - tasks that I'd write in the "What are you planning to work on today?" question. Be it some bug that needed to be fixed right away or an outage.
Agreed, the ability to incrementally build the answer to the next day's "What did you complete in your previous work day?" question would be quite useful.
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