I was really excited to see date intelligibility added to Taskpaper, but have been using a workaround approach and wondered if there was someway ro easily support something like This Week or Next Week searches with it.
Basically, I liberally use and abuse a @week(x) tag where x is usually the week number I am targeting for a particular task (so a next week would have text and @week(47) tag on it). When I’m looking at my weekly task list split up by projects or areas, that means I just do a search like
@week = 47 and not @done to get a listing of those. This has been awesome workflow wise, but near as I can tell, is there a way we can make that a saved search in the next system? In particular, I was also hoping it would catch items that have dates ie. @due(2016-12-25) in “knowing” that that date falls in week 52 or month 12 with reserved tags like @week and @month (ok, realize that might not work if we’re using 2016-12-25, probably need something like w52 or m12 so it can take advantage of brackets.
(and yes, the reason this works for me is I split my Taskpaper files annually.