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[Trello Holiday Calendar] Day 10: How I control my monthly repetitive task list with a ruler

Within the organization of my daily tasks, I have a list of monthly repetitive tasks.
I started using PowerUp Card Repeater. It is great for many things, for example team meetings.

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But in my case I opted for another option because there were some tasks that were not exactly monthly, for example "Make an appointment at the hairdresser's" 

And the tasks were accumulating because the card was created before I had finished the previous one.

 

So I opted for the following:
1. Create a list of REPEATING TASKS, and a label of REPEATING TASKS.
2. Set a due date
3. Create a rule that says that when a card with the label REPEATING TASK completes the due date, it is self-scheduled as pending for the following month.

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What do I get?

1. To have alerts for that task
2. If I have not done it, I see the "red" of the due date that does not let me forget about it (if it is not strictly necessary that it is monthly, of course).
3. And of course that I don't forget to do that task any month! 

 

I hope this is useful to you. And feel free to share your ideas with me! 😀

 

 

 

5 comments

Alicia Filíu Birlanga
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Dec 10, 2021

Thank you @Style and Trends ! From now you know how to control them ;-)

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Brittany Joiner
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Dec 10, 2021

@Alicia Filíu Birlanga great idea! I've never thought about doing recurring tasks like this but I love it!!

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Dan Ivory (Orah Apps)
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Dec 10, 2021

Great tip @Alicia Filíu Birlanga! I've had this issue in the past too but not seen a solution before, looking forward to trying it out soon. thanks! 🙌

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Alicia Filíu Birlanga
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Dec 12, 2021

@Brittany Joiner thank you! I am so glad you like it! 

Alicia Filíu Birlanga
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Dec 12, 2021

@Dan Ivory (Orah Apps) thank you! Please, feel free to tell me if you try it! 

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