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Does "Completed" delete a task? If not, how do you completely delete it?
If the task is scheduled to repeat daily, like on weekdays, does 'Completed' only remove it from that one day instead of all days?

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David Trey staff
Replied on Mar 09, 2014 - 08:13

Hello Louis,

"Complete" moves the task to the history which you can see on the web by clicking on the circular icon below your task list in a project. You can delete tasks from there by clicking on the tools icon at the top and choosing the "Delete completed" option.

In case of recurring tasks - you can complete a recurring tasks for the last time by holding the SHIFT key while checking it off or right-clicking on it and choosing "Move to history". That's not available on the iOS app yet, though.


Best regards,
David

Sabrina Renee Chong premium
Replied on Jul 01, 2014 - 22:59

Hi David, when I check complete on Outlook Todoist it becomes grey but does not automatically move to history. I have to activate move to history and then click on refresh button to get rid of it of the list which is just one extra step too many :)

Clyde Romo staff
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 01:19

Hi Sabrina,

Are these sub-tasks? Sub-tasks were designed this way so they can be used to keep track of your progress.

Regards,

Clyde

Sabrina Renee Chong premium
Replied on Jul 03, 2014 - 06:28

Hi Clyde, yes indeed they are sub tasks. I see so the idea is leaving them there greyed out to see what tasts were completed under the main task. gotcha! Although I personally prefer to clear them off as I go as fast as I can :) Wish there was an option for that cos it's a bit of a pin having to add two steps to each sub task to be erased from list.