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Task Priority Lost on "After" Repeat

mddperkins says:

It appears that the priority for a repeated occurrence of a task is lost if one enters a repeat type of "after". The repeat type of "every" seems to retain the task priority for each new occurrence.

Posted at 12:16am on November 10, 2005

emily (Remember The Milk) says:

Thanks for the report - we'll check into that.

Posted 9 years ago

mddperkins says:

Has this been confirmed as a bug?

Posted 8 years ago

emily (Remember The Milk) says:

Not exactly a bug, as it was designed like that. But keeping the priority of the previous task does make sense, so we're going to change how it works.

Posted 8 years ago

emily (Remember The Milk) says:

Now changed -- regenerated "after" tasks will have the priority of the previous task (but you can change the priority without affecting previous repeated tasks).

Posted 8 years ago

mddperkins says:

Great! This is much better.

Posted 8 years ago

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