Taskwarrior provides feedback when commands are run, the amount of which can be controlled.
There is a configuration variable named
verbose that can be set to different values to control verbosity.
By default, the value is:
This value causes Taskwarrior to show all feedback. Conversely, it can be set to:
This restricts the amount of feedback, but still retains useful information. To remove all feedback, use the setting:
Individual verbosity settings can be specified, in this form:
The value in this case consists of two tokens which cause footnotes to be shown after the tasks in a report, and table column labels.
- blank - Inserts blank lines in the output to separate the task lists from other feedback.
- header - Shows information before the task list, regarding aliases or the default command.
- footnote - Shows information after the task list, such as configuration overrides.
- label - Shows column labels for tabular output.
- new-id - Provides feedback on any new task with IDs (and UUIDs for new deleted or completed tasks).
- new-uuid - Provides feedback on any new task with UUIDs. Overrides new-id. Useful for automation.2.6.0
- affected - Shows how many tasks were affected by a bulk modification.
- edit - Shows a preamble and additional text in the template when using the
- special - Shows feedback when special tags are used.
- project - Shows feedback on project status changes.
- sync - Shows feedback during sync.
- filter - Shows the complete filter used. 2.4.0
- override - Shows in the header if TASKDATA or TASKRC are overridden. 2.6.0
- unwait - Notification whe a task leaves the `waiting` state. Displayed in the footnote.2.5.0
- context - Show the current context. Displayed in footnote. 2.5.0