Copy pending tasks from previous week, does not works.

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I have some pending tasks in previous week. When I use the "Copy pending task from previous week" button in current week, the tasks don't copy.
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Aymeric
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Please note that the button copies Big Rocks from last week, not Tasks.
You can go in the settings of your workspace to set the tasks to move automatically from one day to another.
Aymeric
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Please note that the button copies Big Rocks from last week, not Tasks.
You can go in the settings of your workspace to set the tasks to move automatically from one day to another.
Rabab Khan
Quote from Aymeric
Please note that the button copies Big Rocks from last week, not Tasks.
You can go in the settings of your workspace to set the tasks to move automatically from one day to another.
Hi Aymeric

I don't see anything in the settings to move tasks automatically. I want to copy all of the previous week's tasks to the next week. Basically, create repeating tasks for every week. Do I have to do this manually?
Aymeric
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Hi Aymeric

I don't see anything in the settings to move tasks automatically. I want to copy all of the previous week's tasks to the next week. Basically, create repeating tasks for every week. Do I have to do this manually?
This is a workspace setting. Go to https://app.weekplan.net/#view=WorkspaceSettings and check the "Automatically roll over uncompleted tasks" checkbox.

Thanks!
Sebastien
This is only for uncompleted tasks. What about if we want to repeat completed tasks? I would like to copy all the tasks from the previous week (completed or not) and past them into the next. is this possible?
Aymeric
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This is only for uncompleted tasks. What about if we want to repeat completed tasks? I would like to copy all the tasks from the previous week (completed or not) and past them into the next. is this possible?
Yes you can create recurring tasks so that they repeat every week.