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How to set a recurrence for a task?
How to set a recurrence for a task?

It is worth setting up all the work done periodically as repeat tasks so that no work is forgotten.

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In accounting, but also in other areas, most of the work done for a client is repetitive. Uku allows you to set weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly recurrence.


A recurring task is added in the same way as a one-time task. To set the recurrence click on the Start / Due date box.

After clicking on the box set task recurrence in the "Repeat" section.

Custom recurrence
For further customisation select "Custom.." from repeat section or click on the "add recurrence" side.

For monthly, quarterly, and yearly recurrences, you can choose whether the recurring task should appear on the desktop before or after the days off, i.e., weekends and public holidays.

For monthly recurrence, by default, Uku will offer today and it can be changed from the calendar. If you select some past month as a start date, the task or tasks can also be created for the past. It is possible to set a recurrence for the future as well – in this case, no task will be created for this month.

With weekly recurrence, you can select the day of the week that the task will appear on your dashboard. You can also set whether the task will appear every week or at a specific interval – if you set the interval to 2, the task will appear on the dashboard every other week.

A weekly recurrence cannot be set to appear on another day – if this should happen to be a day off, you will have to re-schedule the task yourself.

For quarterly recurrence, the default start time is the day of the current month. You can change the month if you wish, and the date can be changed in the calendar.

In the case of yearly recurrence, you can select both the required month and the day in the calendar.

In addition to the start date, you can set a due date for recurring tasks. Read more about setting a deadline.

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