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Scheduling Re-occuring Tasks



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coach

Posted: Mar 18, 2008
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I'm trying to schedule a reminder to check for windows updates on the second tuesday of each month. If there's a way to do that, I'm not finding it. Can someone help?

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korbas

Posted: Mar 18, 2008
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When you first make the task, click the drop-down menu that says "Repeat" (on the right hand side) and check how often you want it to repeat. If you click the magic wand you can enter a phrase according to certain parameters. You can also check "Repeat from" Completion or Due date - ie, the date you actually complete the task, or the date you set as the due date.

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Jake

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Posted: Mar 18, 2008
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Thats right! Click in the "repeat" field, then click on the advanced settings and type in "the second tuesday of each month"
tjreo

Posted: Mar 18, 2008
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If I create a task using Jott or another one of the outside services OR if I simply forget to include the repeat when I create the task, is there a way to add it later?

UPDATE: Never mind. I wasn't using the 'repeat' field. I (obviously) have not gotten to the point of creating my recurring tasks.


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korbas

Posted: Mar 18, 2008
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It also has some interesting syntax-based features...you can hide a task that's scheduled in the future by using > (meaning "don't display until this date") in front of the date, or an = sign which means the task can only be completed on that date. At the bottom of the page there's a link to show the tasks being hidden by these filters. There may be others as well that I haven't yet learned. The > is very helpful and I'm using it a lot to keep my list uncluttered by things that don't yet apply, but I don't want to forget about.

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