org-mru-clock - ⏲️ Effortlessly clock in/out of org-mode tasks, with completion and persistent history

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The function org-mru-clock-in from this package will pre-fill your clock history with clocks from your agenda files (and other open org files) so you can clock in to your most recent clocks regardless of whether you just started Emacs or have had it running for decades. Tasks are sorted by recency, and uses completing-read for quick selection. This makes it a nice replacement for org-clock-in-last. It uses completing-read-function (overridable with org-mru-clock-completing-read) on org-mru-clock-in to make clocking in faster. If you set that to ivy-completing-read, you can hit M-o g to visit to the task heading instead of clocking in.

https://melpa.org/#/org-mru-clock
https://github.com/unhammer/org-mru-clock

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