Friday, August 23, 2013

What is the difference between After and Every when setting Repeating Tasks?

Tasknik’s latest improvement - Repeating, includes much more than just the basic functionality of setting a repeating task. One of its many advanced features is also the option to repeat a task either after its completion or every few days, weeks, months or years.



When you pick Every, your task will be repeated according to the date you selected as your Start date. Also, notice that if you change your start date, the due date of your task will change as well, while if you change the due date of your task, the start date for repeating will remain unchanged.





Your second option is selecting After. In this case, the task is simply repeated according to the date of its completion, which means that there is no need to set a Start date as well.

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