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Completing yesterdays daily task jumps it to tomorrow



I have a daily task set to repeat 'every day at 2pm. Let's say I actually do yesterday's task on time but don't get round to marking it as complete until today.

Suppose I log on 10am today now and mark yesterdays' task completed.

What seems to happen is that the next occurrence of this task then jumps to tomorrow. I would much prefer it to jump to today. so I can see it is due. Might anything be done to make it just jump to today?

I hope I have explained that clearly enough. Let me know if I can clarify.



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David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 04, 2012 - 01:19

Hello Phil,

Thank you for your feedback, we appreciate it and we may consider changing this behaviour in the future. You're welcome to add your vote for this request in our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/530/

Best regards,

Martin Baker
Replied on Dec 28, 2012 - 11:14

Interestingly the iOS app uses the original Todoist behaviour when completing an overdue recurring task, so it is moved to "today" and not to "tomorrow".

So a workaround is to use the iOS app, or another workaround is to start to edit the name of the task and make no changes, which will move the recurring task to the next day i.e. today.