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HOW TO SCHEDULE A JOB FIXING EXAMPLE, ALL ENGLISH MONDAY.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 17:22

Hello Simoni,

If you want to schedule a task that repeats every Monday, please enter "every Monday" into the due date field :-)


Regards,
David

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Simoni
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 17:28

Hello David,

But not have this option available. It is only in the Premium version? I'm
in the Free version for testing.

Thanks,

Simoni Gomes
51 8234.0000 | www.simonigomes.com


2014-08-05 14:22 GMT-03:00 Todoist Support <
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Brendon Wadey staff
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 17:45

Simoni,

Yes free users have this. When you create a task, you have the task name area, and beside that a date box. This is where you type "every monday" into.


Regards,
Brendon

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Simoni
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 18:58

Cool, did not know that I could write, I thought I could just select.
But Android does not have the option to write only on the Mac?

Simoni Gomes
51 8234.0000 | www.simonigomes.com


2014-08-05 14:45 GMT-03:00 Todoist Support <
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David Trey staff
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 20:20

Simoni,

All our apps have this option. On Android, you just need to tap on the date field and you'll see the cursor allowing you to enter any text you want :-)


Regards,
David

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Simoni
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 20:34

Discovered, does not have the option to edit a task, but it has for new
tasks.

Thanks,

Simoni Gomes
51 8234.0000 | www.simonigomes.com


2014-08-05 17:20 GMT-03:00 Todoist Support <
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David Trey staff
Replied on Aug 05, 2014 - 20:37

Simoni,

It has for both. Note - if you use "Edit" instead of "Schedule", then you should have an option to tap on the date, delete whatever is entered in the date field and enter something else.


Regards,
David