Reclaim gives you options for how you want to resolve tasks that are in the ‘Done scheduling’ state. You can learn more about how Reclaim organizes tasks in the Task Filters help doc.
Set tasks that are done scheduling to automatically reopen (reschedules the original task time back onto your calendar) or close (mark as done) after a fixed number of days.
Tasks in 'Done scheduling' state
By default, tasks that are done scheduling are considered ‘open’ until you either manually add more time to the task, or mark it as done. In other words — Reclaim has finished scheduling the time you said you needed to complete the task, but it's waiting for you to confirm if it got done or not.
For a more automated workflow, you can also set tasks that are done scheduling to auto-reopen or auto-close, after a fixed number of days.
To manage these settings, navigate to Settings > General > Default Task settings.
Manage settings for tasks that are done scheduling
Set your preferences for what you want Reclaim to do with tasks that are done scheduling:
You can manually add time to a task so that it gets back on the calendar, or manually mark it done.
If you don't do either, the task remains in ‘Done scheduling’ state.
Add it back to my calendar for me until I mark it done
Reclaim reopens task after set amount of days in ‘Done scheduling’ state, and automatically reschedules the entire original task time back onto your calendar.
For example: if a 3hr task is done scheduling, but you don’t mark it as done in your set waiting period – Reclaim will automatically reopen the task and block a new 3hrs for the event back onto your calendar.
Mark it done for me
Reclaim closes task after set amount of days in ‘Done scheduling’ state, and automatically marks it as done.
Set your wait duration
If you select an automated setting – specify how many days you want Reclaim to wait before completing the action after tasks are done scheduling.
*Note: Automated settings will apply to both existing and future tasks that are in the ‘Done Scheduling’ state.