Well, add me to the long list of people who want this feature!
Add me, as well!
I’m almost there, Asana. 'Bout to be a paid member. This one feature is currently holding me up.
Crucial feature! Does anyone have a good workaround?
Can we have the repeat longer than 12 weeks. 21 would be nice.
Also if we get it to repeate monthly can we have it offer to repeat, example 3rd Sunday of the month, not just the day of the week.
I am neefing content repeated every 21weeks on a sunday and i dont have that option
If you are missing patterns, I could add them to my tool Recurring task. Let me know! (it would be a paid feature to have access to advanced patterns)
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Been wanting this feature since I started using Asana in 2018. C’mon y’all!
I’m new to Asana and as far as I can see, I can’t seem to find how can I assign a recurring task/subtask to different days of the month without falling within any kind of “Pattern”.
My workdays are different every month because my work schedule is reproduced on a rotary basis.
So, in my days off I want to have specific tasks to do. And In my working days other ones.
On the 1st day of each month, I want to configure the same routine tasks to my working days and to my days off accordingly.
Wow! I’m shocked that this has been a request by so many people, yet not added. I really need it. I love a lot of the features of Asana, but this is a real problem. I have many recurring things that are scheduled on the same day of the week, in a specific week each month. Please Asana, listen to all these people. Thanks!
Another upvote here. This is a basic feature. I’ve been paying for Asana for years and find it staggering this has not yet been added.
Vote from me to update this feature. Having the ability to set tasks to repeat on the first working day of each month is crucial for me, loses the automation as have to go and manually change all due dates each month at the minute
So at this point it has to be assumed the lack of responsiveness for a feature that’s gobsmackingly basic means it doesn’t have the resources to do so, which is really concerning. Time to go back to Notion.