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Repeating Task

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Hi,
Is there a way to repeat a task on a weekly or Monthly basis. I know I can repeat daily, but I have certain tasks which only occur on a weekly or monthly basis.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Mar 05, 2013 - 21:52 UTC

Hello Laura,

Yes, you can set many different recurring due dates. For example, you can type "ev Mon" (or "every Monday") or "every 16" (for a task due on every 16th of each month) or even "every 3 days starting tomorrow" within the due date field.

Please check the complete list of supported due dates on our help page: http://todoist.com/Help/timeInsert


Best regards,
David

MM
Maciej Musial
Replied on Nov 10, 2013 - 12:52 UTC

Ok, how can I make a task that is repeating every 5 weeks after previous task was finished?

I need to visit my doctor every 5 weeks, but it is not very strict. If i cannot visit him exactly after 5 weeks, I can go after 4, 6 or even 7 weeks and it would be fine. The thing I would like to have is to get task automatically recreated in 5 weeks period after I tap current one as done.

MM
Maciej Musial
Replied on Nov 10, 2013 - 12:53 UTC

Ok, how can I make a task that is repeating every 5 weeks after previous task was finished?

I need to visit my doctor every 5 weeks, but it is not very strict. If i cannot visit him exactly after 5 weeks, I can go after 4, 6 or even 7 weeks and it would be fine. The thing I would like to have is to get task automatically recreated in 5 weeks period after I tap current one as done.

MM
Maciej Musial
Replied on Nov 10, 2013 - 12:54 UTC

Ok, how can I make a task that is repeating every 5 weeks after previous task was finished?

I need to visit my doctor every 5 weeks, but it is not very strict. If i cannot visit him exactly after 5 weeks, I can go after 4, 6 or even 7 weeks and it would be fine. The thing I would like to have is to get task automatically recreated in 5 weeks period after I tap current one as done.

jan.vandenbergh premium
Replied on Aug 07, 2014 - 09:54 UTC

@Maciej Musial: put "after 5 weeks" instead of "every 5 weeks".
This is also mentioned on the overview linked to by David Trey