ah ha, and that brings the question of routine vs. a habit. Because see, for routines, I use org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift. Basically a copy of the same activity that repeats every set of time.
So... is a habit a copy of the same activity repeating a certain time, or a single copy that needs to be marked "done" every specific rotation?
Is it the same to us, or is it not the same? ..and why?
@musicmatze @publicvoit what if you don't get it done though? do you break the habit? like on Seinfeld's chain or the book "the power of habit" (it talks about that and I read it so just comes to mind).
Can you break a routine though? I guess you could... so why does a routine sounds "stronger" than a habit, shouldn't be one in the same? a routine to me is a collection of habits, perhaps a repeated project, where a habit is one repeated to do.
What do you think?
@jrss @musicmatze If I don't do my habits in time, I have to live with the red bars on my agenda 😉
Basically, it's about how you use the features and not how these features are supposed to be used. There is no right or wrong as long as it suits your own use-cases.
I'm using the clone feature when I need notes for the iterations or want to apply individual exceptions (re-scheduling of single occurrences).
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