To-Do List with Recurring Tasks (Wunderlist)
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Intro
A to-do list with recurring tasks, similar to Wunderlist.
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Laurin Lukas Stahl


To-Do List with Recurring Tasks (Wunderlist)

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Summary

Hello! 😀


Thanks for checking out my template! Until I have created this to-do list, I have been an avid user of Wunderlist. I love its functionality of recurring tasks and the ability to easily categorize tasks.

However, I saw one major bottleneck:
in days when I had a lot of small tasks, I got overwhelmed by the amount of tasks in my list. 😰I had tasks that I knew I was only going to work on in the afternoon, but they were clogging up my list and occupying my brain space, making it hard for me to focus and to prioritize. When I saw Coda, I wanted to give it a try; would I be able to recreate my favorite features from Wunderlist in Coda, while achieving my goal?

This is the result.
Become super productive and get into
by programming your to-do list to always only show you the single most important task that you need to do right now.

What you will find here:

A to-do list with multiple categories, with one section for each category (e.g.
) and one merged list (
).
A front-page (
) showing you all the tasks you need to do today and all unsorted tasks.
Sorted tasks automatically disappear from your Inbox and completed tasks disappear from your front-page altogether.
A button to easily create a new task.
Automation that automatically undoes tasks that are marked as recurring (daily or weekly) for them to reappear in your inbox.

Quickstart


1️⃣
Start entering to-dos by clicking the "Add To-Do" button in
and input the appropriate values in
Priority
,
Category
, and
Recurring
.

2️⃣
See the filtered views in the "TO-DO LISTS" folder to see your to-dos by category.

3️⃣
If you pick an option in the
Recurring
column, that to-do will be
undone
daily or weekly using Automations. Click the robot icon in the toolbar to see these Automations.

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