Recurring Tasks Bug

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It seems the upgrade on the recurring tasks has caused an issue. I am unable to delete individual tasks that are recurring and when I complete the recurring task it creates a duplicate.

App:
Web app
Geeta
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Thank you for reporting it. We are looking into it and will get back to you soon with an update. 

We appreciate your patience.

Thanks!

sh0m3r

Yes I've reproduced the issue! Please resolve. Thanks!

wrmind23@hotmail.com

Same here. Item get`s checked off, eg. "Finalize Expenses"

=> shows as completed at the bottom. But is still there on top.

Thank You

Aymeric

We are not able to reproduce this issue at the moment. Do you have this problem with newly created repetitions?

A.D.

I'm also experiencing this bug. I just checked, and I also have this problem with newly created repetitions.

EthanR
I’d love to have sub tasks propagate with the recurring task still :)
wrmind23@hotmail.com

- Created new event for today (Thursday). Recurrent also for tomorrow (Friday). (eg. Task: "Test Repeating Event")

=> When checking Thursdays event off, the Thursday task stays open, which is incorrect (but also shows the completed item at the bottom)

=> If the Friday recurring Item is also checked off, then the Thursday open item and the Friday open item are removed from the Schedule (and moved to the completed section.)



Aymeric
Quote from wrmind23@hotmail.com

- Created new event for today (Thursday). Recurrent also for tomorrow (Friday). (eg. Task: "Test Repeating Event")

=> When checking Thursdays event off, the Thursday task stays open, which is incorrect (but also shows the completed item at the bottom)

=> If the Friday recurring Item is also checked off, then the Thursday open item and the Friday open item are removed from the Schedule (and moved to the completed section.)



The issue should be fixed now.

Aymeric
Quote from EthanR
I’d love to have sub tasks propagate with the recurring task still :)

subtasks do propagate with recurring task now.