Recurring Goals (or Habits)
Loving the new goals feature. One thing I would love to be able to do is create recurring goals either for creating habits or hitting targets that reset every day/week/month/year. For example, I may have a goal to do x number of phone calls a week. So I can easily set this up by creating a goal that tracks completed tasks in a list, but every week I would have to create a new goal. I would also like to be able to see this history so I can see in week 1 I hit it, in week 2 I didn't, etc. Would probably need to be linked to due dates so that the phone calls I need to do next week don't negatively affect this week's goal.
Bulk Recurring Tasks
I'd love if I could bulk select a bunch of tasks, and give them all the same "recurring" rules. Right now I'm going through a ton of different tasks and having to do it one by one.
Recurring tasks: make recurring start date relative to the initial task's due date instead of task creation date
Let's say I want to set up a task for sometime in the future. I also want it to repeat after the initial due date. The behavior I would expect is that the recurring start date would be relative to the start or due date of the initial task, but it seems the recurring task begins on the date the task is created instead.
Recurring task with subtasks and lists #r6qp
Some recurring tasks can have subtasks/lists. Like monthly taxes/bills and so on. What would be great is if there was an option to set "reopen all subtasks/lists on close" or on whatever trigger we have. Currently we have to "unclose" subtasks when marking parent task as done. I know we can set subtask to recurring, but it would be nice if this was first inherited from parent (unless overwritten from subtask specific recurring settings)
We have a weekly leadership team meeting which often has action items that need to be tracked. I setup ClickUp Project as the year, for instance, 2018, and each list as Week 1, Week 2, etc... to keep up with the tasks for that specific week's meeting. It would be great if every Monday morning a new list was generated for that week's meeting.
Make Recurring Tasks like Google Calendar
Recurring Tasks, Please make them like Google Calendar: Set a Task: - Name "ParentTask" - Start Date 01-01-2019 09:00 - End Date 01-01-2019 17:00 - SubTask: - Name "Subtask Morning" - Start Date 01-01-2019 09:00 - End Date 01-01-2019 12:00 - Subtask: - Name "Subtask Afternoon" - Start Date 01-01-2019 12:00 - End Date 01-01-2019 17:00 - Recurring EveryDay Forever (wether or not it is done I dont care if it floods my calendar) Now I want to see my whole calendar filled with "ParentTask" I want to be able to change the name with out it changing the reoccurrance (So I can rename the one on 01-01-2019 named "First Parent Task", I want the one on 02-01-2019 to be able to be renamed to "Second Parent Task") I want the subtasks to be sceduled with start date and due date (so "Morning Subtask" should be 09:00 till 12:00) I want a message to be prompted, just like google calendar, that says "Would you like to apply change to this and all future occurances. Would you like to apply change to only this occurance, Would you like to apply changes to all occurance (past and future)". I want the subtasks to be aware of its parent so that it also prompts the message "Would you like to apply changes to all future occurances.. and so on" EVEN THOUGH the subtasks it self ISN'T a reoccuring subtasks but its parent IS. Because it parent is a part of a recurring task the subtask know that there are copies of him excisting somewhere
Recurring slash command
[From support ticket] When I'm adding a task with the in-text interface (/d for due date), it would be really nice to have a way to also set the repeat structure. e.g. "do this thing every sunday"
Recurring tasks should show all iterations
in other task management solutions, when you create a recurring task, it spawns all the iterations of that task (up to a certain point - which if you're worried about, you could make a setting) - so for example, if I have a daily task that takes 30 minutes, I should be able to create that task and have it show up in my task list - and ESPECIALLY show up in my task export - for at least the next 3 months, every day. It's currently impossible for us to do employee/time resourcing, since recurring tasks only show one instance. That daily 30 minute task should account for 10 hours of time for the month, but currently only counts for 30 minutes. and we can't look at daily workload, since some days look completely empty, but actually have 3-4 hours of recurring tasks. showing on the calendar view is not a sufficient solution to this problem. PLEASE let us see all iterations of a recurring task. Once it's created, all iterations are created, and then can be edited either in bulk or individually. This is an absolute necessity!
Copy Dependencies in Recurring Tasks
The "Copy Everything" setting in the Recurs options does not include Dependencies. We have several weekly tasks that depend upon separate executive approval tasks as part of the process. It is useless to set recurrences if the dependencies do not copy over.
Set status for new recurring tasks
The new recurring task functionality is much improved over the old one and its behavior is at least predictable. But there is one change that would make it better. Be able to set the status for the recurred task. When a task recurs now it is set to a "New" status. For me "New" means a new task, not one that is recurring, so I have to go find the recurred task and change the status every time.