Ability to skip recurring tasks without completing them.
Assume that I have a recurring task called 'do weekly homework' that recurs every Monday. Whenever I complete the next week's homework, I select that task as being complete and the task correctly moves its deadline to the next week.
Now, assume that the next Monday is a holiday, so that there is no homework. There should be an easy way to represent this (skipping some number of weeks) without deleting the task or marking it complete for the skipped weeks. Marking it complete incorrectly updates my completed list of tasks and feels wrong.
Would it be possible to add an option to skip the next occurrence of a repeated tasks? It should just advance the deadline of the task to the next tasks' deadline. However, the action should not be counted as negative (in the Karma calculation) as I have just explained it can be a completely valid action (not procrastination). Finally, the skipped task should not be visible under the 'completed tasks'.
2 comments, asked by Kivanc Muslu on Apr 16, 2013 - 04:30 completed