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How can I create repeating tasks?

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    We have many tasks that repeat on a regular basis for a client and was wondering how we can manage them with Intervals. Some tasks happen on a daily, weekly or monthly schedule and we want our people to have these on their calendar and be able to report their hours against them.

    Thanks!

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    At this time Intervals does not support recurring tasks. However, the functionality can be approximated by using the Copy Task link on any task. What we'll usually do is create a task with basic information in it that serves as the template. We'll use the Copy Task link at each recurring interval to make a new task with a new due date. Although this is not automated recurrence, it only takes a few clicks to create the new task.

    Hope this helps.
    John

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    I use a "fake" milestone for my weekly overhead tasks. In the project that I use for OH tasks, I create a milestone "Week of October 1" and associate all the weekly tasks with it. I copy the milestone to Week of October 8, which updates the dates of all the tasks, then select all of them and give them a special status (postponed) that I always filter out in my task list. I can create 10-20 tasks all at once with a few mouse clicks using this method, and I don't have to see the future tasks if I don't want to - depending on how I set the filters.

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