When are recurring tasks created?

Recurring task creation

Intervals will create each task in the series just after midnight on the day of its next scheduled recurrence. For example, a task set to repeat on the Monday of each week will be created in the wee hours of Monday morning. By the time you’ve sat down to start your work day, the newly created task will be there waiting for you to begin.

Only the next task in the series is created with each cycle. Its new start date will be the date the new task is created, and its due date will be relative to the number of days between the profile task’s start and due date. All task owners, assignees, and followers will be notified when the task is created. By creating each new task one at a time, you can focus on your currently assigned tasks while letting Intervals handle the scheduling of future work.

 

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