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Check tasks and subtask


em alguns projetos que criei, consigo marcar como concluido o projeto e todas as tarefas inclusas nele automaticamente ficam concluidas tambem.

No entanto, há projetos em q isso nao ocorre. Nestes casos, tenho q selecionar o projeto e depois marcando cada tarefa dele individualmente.

Como devo fazer para q isso ocorra automaticamente?
Se vcs puderem olhar os meus projetos, um deles em q ocorre isso é o projeto "Fazer Manha"

aguardo retorno..

Atenciosamente,
Emanoel Alves

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David Trey staff
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 13:46

Hello Emanoel,

It is not possible to delete or complete all tasks within a project at once. Please clarify - are you referring to the "Archive project" feature?

If you're not referring to projects, but only task and sub-tasks - if the parent task is completed and it doesn't have a recurring due date, then its sub-tasks should be completed.


Best regards,
David

Emanoel Alves premium
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 14:15

tem razao...

seria tarefas e sub tarefas...
mesmo tendo datas recorrentes, eu nao tenho como marcar uma tarefa e todas as subtarefas já aparecerem concluidas? Há algum tipo de configuração previa para isso?

David Trey staff
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 14:28

I'm unsure if I understood it correctly, but are you saying that you add new tasks and they already become completed?

Or are you completing one parent task and all sub-tasks got completed - if so, that's the intended behavior.


Best regards,
David

Emanoel Alves premium
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 20:20

i complete one tasks and all subtasks got completed. they didn´t have a recurring due date?

are there any way to make the same to tasks and subtasks with recurring due date?

Brendon Wadey staff
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 20:46

Hi,

If you are asking if you can make them recurring, then yes. If you edit any task (sub or parent) you can add any recurring date in the date box (everyday at 2pm). If you click on the date box, then Recurring Dates & More, you can read about the options.

Regards,
Brendon.