(This post was redirected to this forum on a suggestion by Jessie) … In TaskPaper I save many different TP documents, each with a specific project in mind. Now I open up my main TP document and look at what I am working on. That involves several projects that have their own TP document as well as what I am trying to remember for the day. Since I can drag in any file of folder I am working on, this makes it super easy to go to each TP project and review that form the main TP page (just click on the link).
I would love to see TaskPaper search across all TP documents. Jessie, creator of TaskPaper and Folding Text, suggested there may be a person on this FT forum who is already familiar with this problem and may have a script that does this.
The TP documents would NOT all be in the same folder. I have learned to create a more concrete file structure than I have had before. Now I am putting a TP document in project folders where I store and access documents for a specific project. IN that way I use my (Main) daily TP document to store each project area and link to that projects TP document. This is more for my organizational challenges - it doesn’t manage todo tasks very well - unless I can get help with this question.
It would be nice if when checking @followup in my daily TP document I could see my @followup in any of my separate project TP documents.
Results could be made to replace a Project designed for this purpose in my main dialy TP document. Or, they could be sent to a print out.