A similar approach can be done using lists, but involves a little more mangling of data, as you need to grab a hold of the section link and manipulate that into using the section part.
Regarding the task option though, I’m using a similar technique in combination with task decorations, or special markup of the task to indicate that it’s not a task but rather something informational. (For some examples, see Checklists - Minimal Documentation . New icons can rather easily be added to this list)
Using that style of markup, you could use an icon for all “conclusion” tasks, and write it like:
- [C] Some text-1
And then use queries like:
WHERE status = "C"
This would then also allow direct links straight into the line of the task, and it doesn’t “clutter” the conclusion as much as using [conclusion:: ...] does (before you potentially style it out of existence).