Viewing Recurring Task Sessions

  1. How’s SkedPal Different From Other Task Management Apps
  2. Planning at Project level vs Task Level
  3. Sequential Projects & Sub-Tasks
  4. How to Set up Recurring (Repeating) Tasks
  5. You’re here -> Viewing Recurring Task Sessions
  6. Scheduling Long Tasks
  7. The 21-Day Scheduling Horizon
  8. Bundling Small Tasks Together
  9. Using the Due Date vs Plan Date
  10. Fixed Time Tasks and Pinning Tasks on Calendar
  11. What are Hot Tasks and Projects?
  12. The Calendar Heat Map
  13. Finding a Task on the Calendar
  14. Planning Tasks that Can’t Start Before a Date or an Event
  15. Understanding the Focus Feature
  16. Planning for ‘Someday’
  17. Sidelining Fixed Events

Once you create your recurring task, you can only see the current session or occurrence of the task in the lists.

If the task is daily, you’ll see the session date next to the task title.

If the task is weekly, you’ll see the ‘Week Of’ or ‘W slash O’ next to the task title. For example, ‘week of Sep 16’ means the session associated with the week starting from September 16th.

In order to see all your recurring tasks, use the left menu filter option, and click on ‘recurring’. Now, you’ll see the list of all your recurring tasks.

To see the status of all sessions for a specific recurring task, right click on the task, and select ‘Show all sessions’ from the context menu.

If there are completed sessions, you can click on the ‘completed’ link to show the completed sessions in the past.

You can always check your performance in completing recurring tasks. This is especially useful if your recurring task is a goal. To see the recurring task performance, click on the streak icon on the task right pane. This will show you a graph indicating the completed sessions vs total sessions over a period of time.

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