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More complex recurring card repeat options

It would be great if in addition to the current schemes (daily, weekly, monthly) you could also create repeats every x weeks or y months. These would be a bare minimum to support rather common requirements like biweekly, bimonthly, quarterly and yearly repeats. If you want to go crazy, I could also use things like "every last/first/n-th (week)day/thursday/...", "every 10 days" etc. Surprisingly few todo/project management apps support anything like this, so it could be another differentiator why Kantree is superior :)

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      • Emmanuel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        If date attributes have had a default value, we could have used it with KQL function :
        example : card is created with default date like "ahead("1 week")+period("1 month")"

      • Emmanuel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would make sense to define a duration that applies to the card created from the template :
        if a recurring card is created monthly the 5th of the month, and the duration is set to 5 days, than each created cards would have a date from 5th to 10th of each month

        It would also be very useful to define an offset and a duration for subcards (example : subtask 1 souhld be created 2 days after the start of the parent and should last 3 days)

      • L7 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Also it would make a lot of sense for the newly created card to inherit all the attributes from the original card. Or at least make it optional, which ones to inherit. Right now it's impossible to create recurring tasks that automatically get a new due date every time.

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