+ Add Question

If tasks last multiple days, Todoist is too much work, too risky critical tasks may get passed over !


A large portion of my tasks run for several days in a row, how can one tell a task to run for 4 days starting on a certain date? To do this now I have to make 4 identical tasks and set each day individually, to much time and room for mistakes resulting in an omission.

I started manually entering my schedule and had to give up after only one week I saw how labor intensive this was going to be and too open for mistakes and ommissions.

All responses

Brendon Wadey  staff
Replied on Aug 22, 2014 - 02:07 UTC

Hi Dave,

There are no end dates for tasks at this time. We hope we can improve this in future updates. You can just created a recurring task "everyday" and use SHIFT and check it off when its 100% completed.


Dave Smith
Replied on Aug 22, 2014 - 02:13 UTC

Unfortunately that won't work since everyone needs to look into the future to see when time becomes available. If it is set as every day I cant see when that task is scheduled tobe done so I can schedule another.