Recurring tasks are now supported by Google Tasks.

Google Tasks, a to-do list tool, is now adding a long-overdue function. Google Tasks is now rolling out support for repeating tasks in your lists.

The business has verified that it is sending out this new functionality to all users of its to-do list app, as was announced this week on the Google Workspace Blog . Users can set up recurring activities in Google Tasks to have a particular item appear on their to-do list every day, either permanently, for a set period of time, or until a given date.

Technically, Google Calendar already offers this feature, but the Google Tasks app has never directly allowed for its modification. Google clarifies:

By opening the task in Google Calendar, you can currently choose the end option for a repeating task (never, on a specific date, or after X occurrences). You may now set this option directly in Google Tasks with the debut of this product. As a result, you have more control over how often and for how long your chores recur.

Recurring tasks are already rolling out, according to Google, although it could take up to 14 days for them to appear for all users. Notably, managed Workspace accounts do not have admin controls, while we are already familiar with this feature from using several Google accounts.

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