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23 May, 2017 10:49 AM
Is it possible to make a child task due two weeks after the parent task is actually completed? I don't want to just make its due date two weeks after the parent due date, but set it so that once the parent task is complete, Dooster will automatically give the child a due date that is two weeks after that completion time. The Knowledge Base made it sound like this can be done, but didn't give instructions, and I can't find how. Thanks!
on 23 May, 2017 11:01 AM
Thank you for contacting us about customizing
due dates on child tasks.
This is possible, please see how to do this
Open More Options / Dependencies
In that pop up you'll see
Task becomes due after parent is completed
Set due date to XXXX after parent task is complete.
set the XXX to whatever you like and that's it :)
Please let me know if you would like any further
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