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"repeated" tasks are not visible beyond their first due date



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tamarahorton

Posted: Jul 29, 2008
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I am not sure if I am having a problem with the repeat function or the filters. I have a set of tasks that are supposed to repeat weekly, and it wasn't working right, so I re-entered them, and tried to look ahead to see if they are going to repeat this time around. As I look ahead, using calendar view, or clicking on the "next week" list view, I don't see these tasks again. They only show up for their first instance. I changed the filter to show all future tasks. These tasks are of high priority. Kind thanks for any advice! I chose Toodledo over other similar to-dos because of its ability to have repeats of many types.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Jul 29, 2008
Score: 0



The way repeating works with Toodledo is that the next occurrence of the task is not created until you complete the current occurrence. In other words, when you complete a repeating task, Toodledo reschedules it for you at that point in time.
tamarahorton

Posted: Jul 30, 2008
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Thanks--I get it now!
marcil

Posted: Aug 30, 2008
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I had the same problem as the first user and have now found out the answer as to why. However, I would like to have the visibilty to see my repeating tasks in the future. For instance, I have a repeting job every Mon, Tues & Wed. When I am scheduling things in the future, I would like to know a month out that I am booked on Mon, Tues & Wed. Is this something that could get reprogrammed or should I just find my own work-around?
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Aug 30, 2008
Score: 0



Its probably best if you find a work around, because it is unlikely that we will change it so that all future occurrences of a repeating task appear on your to-do list. We made it so that tasks only get rescheduled when you complete them. This was a design choice we had to make at the beginning.
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