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NAME
       timew-annotate -	add an annotation to intervals

SYNOPSIS
       timew annotate [	_id_ ...  ] _annotation_ ...

DESCRIPTION
       The  'annotate'	command	 is  used to add an annotation to an interval.
       Using the 'summary' command, and	specifying the ':ids' hint  shows  in-
       terval  IDs.  Using the right ID, you can identify an interval to anno-
       tate.

EXAMPLES
       For example, show the IDs:
	      $	timew summary :week :ids
       Then having selected '@2' as the	interval you wish to annotate:
	      $	timew annotate @2 'Lorem ipsum...'
       Note that you can annotate multiple intervals with the same annotation:
	      $	timew annotate @2 @10 @23 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet...'
       If there	is active time tracking, you can omit the ID when you want  to
       add annotations to the current open interval:
	      $	timew start foo
	      $	timew annotate bar
       This  results  in  the  current	interval  having annotations 'foo' and
       'bar'.

BUGS
       Currently the annotation	command	picks the last token from the  command
       line  and uses it as annotation.	 I.e. using no quotes in an annotation
       command like
	      $	timew annotate @1 lorem	ipsum dolor
       will result in interval @1 having only 'dolor' as its annotation.

SEE ALSO
       timew-tag(1)

timew 1.3.0			  2020-08-09		     timew-annotate(1)

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