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Chapter 5. Creating a Task List > Using Recurring Tasks

Using Recurring Tasks

If you have one or more tasks that need to be repeated regularly during the life of a project, you can enter them as recurring tasks. For example, you might want to schedule weekly project status meetings every Monday from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Other examples could be monthly inspections or biweekly equipment maintenance.

Recurring tasks are a great way to capture time and effort on a project and do not have to be specifically tied to work-related tasks. Status meetings are the most common use of this feature of the software, but other uses include quality reviews, risk assessment, and change review meetings.



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