Move a Task Event
From either the Planner or your Google Calendar, drag the Task Event to another time as you normally would any other event. This will auto-lock the Task in place
Reclaim will set a Time Policy Exception (TPE) for the original time slot telling it not to schedule a Task Event for the same Task in that slot again. Refer to Reset your policies to clear these exclusions.
Move the first Task Event to an earlier date/time
Reclaim will interpret this time as the new Earliest start date and time from the Task Policy.
Move the first Task Event to a later date/time
Reclaim will see this as a "snooze" to not schedule before this date/time.
Move a Task Event past the Task's due date
All Task Events for the Task will flip from Free 🆓 to Busy 🛡️. Reclaim recognizes this Task is at risk of being overdue and needs to defend the time on your calendar.
Change the duration of a Task Event
From the Planner or Google Calendar, click and drag the bottom of the Task Event to shorten or extend the Task Event's duration.
Delete a Task Event
Delete a past Task Event
If a Task is complete, deleting a past Task Event will revive the Task and Reclaim will schedule time in the future to complete the Task.
If a Task is not completed (Scheduled), deleting a past Task Event will tell Reclaim to schedule time in the future for the Task.
Delete a future Task Event
Reclaim will interpret this as a desire to do the work later and will reschedule the Task Event starting the next day with available scheduling hours.
Note: You can only delete a Task Event from the calendar.
Modify other Task Event details
The following parameters for Task Events cannot be changed via Google Calendar. If a change is made from Google Calendar, it will be reverted back.
Note: Most of these parameters can be changed by updating the Task Policy.
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