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    In the [[ticket|tickets]] tracker, each page is a ticket. Sometimes you just want to insert a short TODO into an existing page. This is the purpose of the TODO tracker: collect those TODOs and organize them here.

    Due to the use of links to collect items, make sure you link to this page when referring to the TODO tracker, and not to the subpages - otherwise the page you linked from will be counted as a TODO item.

    To create a TODO item, just make a link to the [[open]] subpage of this page. For example:

    \[[TODO|TODO/OPEN]] __Read the vegan recipe list and mark the interesting ones__

    When it’s done, change the link to [[closed]]:

    \[[DONE|TODO/CLOSED]] __Read the vegan recipe list and mark the interesting ones__
                          (done, now just start trying them when hungry)

    To make these links more consistent in style and visible, there is a template you can use instead. It can add color, size, etc. which are defined in a central place (the template’s page) and make it easy to change the style.

    Open item:

    \[[!template id=todo
                 text="Read the vegan recipe list and mark the interesting ones"]]

    Closed item:

    \[[!template id=todo
                 done=yes
                 text="Read the vegan recipe list and mark the interesting ones"
                 more="(done, now just start trying them when hungry)"]]

    Here are some statistics. Note that pages can contain both open and closed TODOs, and are then counted for both (but just once in the total), but a page that contains several open TODOs still counts as a single open TODO. And the same for closed TODOs. Therefore, read the following as “pages with open TODOs” and “pages with closed TODOs”.

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