Flexible scheduling options to manage repeating work activity
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Recurring tasks are a great way to keep track of the regular activities that take place in your schedule. Whether it's weekly planning meetings, monthly review meetings, sprint planning, team retrospectives, and more.
Create recurring tasks in one click
Choose from a list of quick options to instantly set a recurring task. You can change your schedule as needed anytime.
Custom recurring task options when you need more control
Choose custom recurring intervals when you need to set a specific schedule.
Set tasks on multiple days of the week
Schedule tasks on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, or any combination of days that you need.
Track the status of each individual task
Set your weekly task's status when a new occurrence of a task is in progress or done. When the next week begins, the next occurrence will be ready to start again.
Add checklists to recurring tasks
Add a checklist to a recurring task to provide an agenda or outline for what needs to be done. When the next occurrence of the task starts, your checklist will be ready to complete again.
Limit the number of occurrences
Set tasks to repeat indefinitely or limit them to a certain number, or end them on a specific date.
Need to change one instance? Create a copy with one click.
Create duplicate tasks if you need to make a one-off copy with a specific date or detail changed. Doing so won't affect your main recurring task.
Update your recurring task details in one place
If the details for the whole task change, edit titles, tags, and descriptions in one in order to update them all.
View tasks on a calendar or timeline
Use Subtask's calendar view or timeline view to see your schedule at a glance and make changes instantly.
Integrate with Google Calendar
Connect Subtask to Google Calendar and have your recurring tasks synced in realtime.