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robbiejg

Posted: Jul 15, 2009



Anders,

I like your suggestion. However, I am going to consider it a "work-around" for now :)

Thank you for the reply.
robbiejg

Posted: Jul 15, 2009



Hi,

Here's my understanding: if you set Optionally On to a repeating task and do not complete it that day, it automatically moves to the next day. If the task is not a repeating task and Optionally On is set and you do not complete it, it is deleted.

Assuming that is correct, my question is: is there a way to set the Optionally On to a non-repeating task and have it move to the next day? The reason I would like this is that I might have scheduled to get something done that day, but did not get to it in time and I'll do it the next day.

I understand that this may be missing the point of scheduling something for a particular day and that is why it becomes overdue. However, I sometimes have too many tasks and need them to go over to the next day for me. I guess I need to better handle GTD so this doesn't occur ;)

Thank you.
robbiejg

Posted: Aug 25, 2008



Claudio,

Thank you for the information. I do have a Pro account so it will just be a matter of resetting the due dates.

The other bonus you threw in there for me was the multi-edit. I wasn't aware that I could do that. I guess I need to read more about this. :)

Thank you so much for the help.
robbiejg

Posted: Aug 25, 2008



Hello,

I made a list of all the stuff I needed to do for my vacation last week. It is likely that I am going to need to do the same things for my next vacation (whenever that may be).

Is there a way I can save all those Vacation tasks (they are in a Vacation folder) and use them again next vacation? I was thinking about exporting them and then importing them when the time came. I don't know the best approach for something like this.

Thank you for the help.
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