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Two projects with several all on one day

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I have two projects with each one having different task all on the same day. How can I show one project completed then go to the next project and complete those task

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David Trey staff
Replied on May 02, 2013 - 19:04 UTC

Hello,

If you have recurring tasks, you can use due dates such as "every day". Completing such task will push its due date to the next instance.

If you want to duplicate a certain set of tasks, please use the import/export templates feature as described in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Rl_CLGY_3o

If you want to see only tasks due today, then you could type "today" to the search box and you'll see all tasks scheduled for today across all project. If you complete recurring tasks, they will disappear from the today list and be scheduled for tomorrow.


Best regards,
David

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eldersmessiah
Replied on May 08, 2013 - 16:01 UTC

Here is a better example.

We have a church and our elders have a check list to follow for each servie. I only want to see the early service task not the late service task how can i do this when both are on the same day/

Example

Early service Task: 8:00 am
On Front door
Turn on PA System

Late Service Task: 10:45 am
Close front Door
Turn off PA System

David Trey staff
Replied on May 08, 2013 - 17:41 UTC

Unfortunately, that's not possible, but you're welcome to add a request for such feature to our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/ and let us know how you would use this feature. The better we understand it, the better we can implement it.

For now, you could check off only one task when you complete it and then start the next one when the time comes. You can use times within a due date so if you type "every day at 8am" within the due date field, this task will be above the other tasks on the "today" list - all tasks are primarily sorted by time on this view.


Best regards,
David