I’m trying to get recurring tasks to show up. It seems there are two options.
- Don’t set a final end date. This will make the task show up on its start date.
- Set a final end date. This will make the sub-task show up as a bar on your calendar and timeline EVERY DAY until the end date.
The same issue exists for sub-tasks.
Is there any way to get a task or sub-task to show up just one ONE day?
I am a bit confused by your conclusions because for me setting a date on a task does not make the subtasks show up.
Can you rewrite your post by saying what calendar and timeline you are referring to (My Tasks has a calendar view but no timeline, subtasks don’t show up in Timeline or Calendar in projects) as well as where you set the due date (main task or subtasks?).
Hi Bastien, than you for your reply! I think I’ve miscommunicated the issue.
The problem is when I set a recurring task (1) with a start date, the task shows up as a bar across every day in the Timeline view and the Calendar view. In the Board and List view it shows up with just the last date. I would prefer it to show up with the next date it recurs.
When I set a recurring task (2) without a start date, the task only shows up on the end date. There’s no bar or anything to indicate that I should be working on before the end date.
The same thing happens with sub-tasks.
Still having this issue. Is there any solution?
Unfortunately this has been a longstanding issue, I’ve seen forums going back to 2017 on this same issue. It is very surprising and embarrassing that Asana hasn’t dealt with this yet.