Set repeating schedules for your work to keep anything from falling through the cracks with recurring tasks!

How to create a Recurring Task

  1. Open a task (or create a new one with t )
  2. Click on the calendar icon
  3. Click Set recurring   
  4. Create a schedule

Using Recurring Tasks

  1. Choose a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or custom schedule
  2. Preview on the calendar to be sure it's set correctly (you'll see days that become colored to show you the preview of what your schedule looks like)
  3. Save and click Done to set the recurrence in action

Scheduling Options

  • Daily - The task will recur every day with the option to skip weekends
  • Weekly - Recurs once a week on the day you choose
  • Monthly - Option to recur on the same day each month that you've chosen, a select week day of the month (such as the first Friday), the 1st of the month, or the last calendar date in the month (such as Sept 30 followed by Oct 31).  
  • Yearly - Recurs once a year on the day you choose
  • Periodically- Recurs a certain number of days after the task has been marked complete
  • Custom - Indicate if the task should repeat every few days, on select days in the week, select weeks in the month, or select days of the year

Choosing when tasks should recur

Statuses

  • Recur when Closed - The task will not recur until the task is all the way done
  • Recur when Done - When the task moves to a done status, it will recur

Recurrence Length 

  • Forever - The recurrence will continue indefinitely
  • Repeat - Set how many times this task will recur
  • End on - Set a final date for the recurrences to happen

PRO TIP: Type your recurring settings quickly, like 'every day'

You can set up recurring tasks even faster with natural language. Just type in your desired repeat schedule in the due date section of your recurrence menu:

Examples:

  • Every Monday at 9 am
  • On Thursdays
  • Until September 23rd
  • For 3 weeks

PRO TIP: View recurring tasks in your calendar!

Start Dates and Recurring

If you have Start Dates set with recurring tasks, your Start Dates will be automatically moved to ensure they are the same distance from the Due Dates.

For example:

  • Your task starts on Monday and is due on Wednesday (2 days in between) 
  • Recurring is set to every day
  • On the next recurrence, your due date is moved up one day, to Thursday.
  • Your start date would also be moved up one day, to ensure it's still 2 days before your Due Date, so the Start Date would be Tuesday now. 

Legacy Recurring (v1 recurring)

If you find any settings missing, or if you need to set up an extremely customized recurrence schedule, our old (legacy) recurrence options are available.

Let us know if you have any suggestions on our feedback board here!

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