We’ve added support for repeated dates!
You can add a repeating date to an item by starting the date entry with @every. We’re quite excited to add this feature as it makes our Agenda significantly more powerful. We hope you find this useful - let us know if you have any suggestions or if we’re missing any types of dates you need.
Using Repeated Dates
Define a basic repeating date using a day of the week or a measure of time.
- @every friday
- @every day 3:00pm
- @every 3 days
By default the start of the repeat date is the current time. Use from to set a different start date.
- @every friday from last wednesday
- @every tuesday from 11/22
By default there is no end date specified. Use until to set an end date.
- @every friday until december
Create more complex repeating dates that refer to a specific day of the month.
- @every 14th
- @every last day
- @every dec 10th
Specify dates that skip weeks or only refer to specific weeks in a month.
- @every other friday
- @every 3rd friday
Each time you complete the item with the repeated date it will create a new item with the date of the completed instance.
- Stay organized @11/19
- Stay organized @every day from 11/20
Other Date Fixes
- Dates like @next friday 3pm are parsed correctly.