Thank you for pointing this out. I have tried their implementation. I have found that it’s not that different. This approach works with values that can be interpreted unambiguously. Which is useful, but not always possible.
For example if I enter
/10 jan does it mean a due date or a start date? It can work however for things like energy, where
:high can only mean one thing.
We will start with explicit commands like the ones suggested by @raullg, and it will be easy to add shortcuts where makes sense. For example
:e high is equivalent to
I also don’t appreciate the use of
/ for things like this, as it’s more likely to interfere with the title content.