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Cool features to make the most out of your network.

Cool features to make the most out of your network.

Recurring To-dos

By utilizing the recurring to-do feature, you can efficiently manage tasks that occur on a regular basis, ensuring that you never miss an important duty or commitment. This feature simplifies the process of scheduling and tracking repeating tasks, enhancing your productivity and organizational effectiveness.

Yes, you can create recurring to-dos directly from the to-do creation screen. Simply select the “Recurring” option during the setup process, and you’ll be presented with frequency options such as hourly, daily, weekly, etc., to choose from.

For recurring to-dos, the app offers several frequency options, including hourly, daily, weekly, and more. This variety allows you to tailor the recurrence of your tasks to fit your specific needs and schedule.

When creating a new to-do, look for the option to make it recurring. Once you select this option, choose the recurrence frequency that best suits your task (e.g., daily, weekly). After selecting your preference, the app will automatically schedule the to-do to recur at the specified frequency.

Yes, most apps with recurring to-do functionality allow you to set start and end dates for your recurring tasks. This means you can specify when you want the recurrence to begin and if/when it should end, providing you with complete control over the scheduling of your tasks.

If you need to edit or change a recurring to-do, you can do so by accessing the to-do’s details in the app and selecting the edit option. You’ll be able to adjust the frequency, timing, and other details as needed. Changes will apply to all future occurrences of the to-do unless specified otherwise.

Once you create your recurring sequence, you can locate the occurrence you want to skip and just complete it, so that it gets off your pending to-do list.

No, we do not offer that flexibility at this time. But you can create a few different to-dos and choose the specific days of the week when the task should occur. This flexibility is ideal for tasks that need to be done on specific days, such as meetings, classes, or regular commitments.