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tmbishop1
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Reoccurring tasks

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Is it possible to set up reoccurring tasks or events in the calendar that will appear on the todo list

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langlangcat
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Recurring Calendar Events is a course-level feature option. This feature must be enabled at the account level before it can be used for individual courses.When a course has enabled recurring (repeating, now the new wording is duplicate) calendar events, an instructor can add the event details, select the course, then click the More Options button.

Recurring-Events-1.png

 

The repeat button appears as part of the new calendar event. By default, events are repeated every week.

 

  • Weekly events are replicated on the day of the week of the first event. For instance, if an event is created on a Monday and repeats weekly, the next instance of the event will appear on the following Monday, regardless of the actual date.
  • Monthly events are replicated on the day of the month of the first event. For instance, if an event is created on July 6 and repeats monthly, the next instance of the event will appear on August 6. 


Users can also choose to select the Count option, which adds a number to the end of each event title (e.g. Event 1, Event 2, etc.)

 

Recurring-Events-2.png

The repeat box has been changed to duplicate. but it performs the same function.

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langlangcat
Lamplighter

Recurring Calendar Events is a course-level feature option. This feature must be enabled at the account level before it can be used for individual courses.When a course has enabled recurring (repeating, now the new wording is duplicate) calendar events, an instructor can add the event details, select the course, then click the More Options button.

Recurring-Events-1.png

 

The repeat button appears as part of the new calendar event. By default, events are repeated every week.

 

  • Weekly events are replicated on the day of the week of the first event. For instance, if an event is created on a Monday and repeats weekly, the next instance of the event will appear on the following Monday, regardless of the actual date.
  • Monthly events are replicated on the day of the month of the first event. For instance, if an event is created on July 6 and repeats monthly, the next instance of the event will appear on August 6. 


Users can also choose to select the Count option, which adds a number to the end of each event title (e.g. Event 1, Event 2, etc.)

 

Recurring-Events-2.png

The repeat box has been changed to duplicate. but it performs the same function.

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tmbishop1
Community Member

Would there be a way for a student to have to mark this as complete