Copying a task

Just as you can move the task, it can be copied. Copying is a good way to make it easier to work with typified tasks that are often repeated and have the same process.

TIP: How to use copying tasks for simple process

The task can include subtasks, so it can be used to create simple process. From this task, you can create a new one by copying and you do not have to create a manually everytime.

There are two ways how to copy a task.

Copy via three-dot menu

Go to a project detail or particular To-Do list. You can copy a task via three-dot menu on the left from a task name. Click Copy task…

How to copy a task in Freelo.
How to copy a task in Freelo.

You have to select a project and To-Do list, where you want the copied task to be located. You can choose whether you want to copy comments and files attached. Confirm via Copy task.

Set a project and To-Do list for the copied task.
Set a project and To-Do list for the copied task.
TIP: Use templates instead of copying

Copying the same type of tasks or processes effectively replaces the created templates. When creating a new task, just insert the task or even the entire To-Do list from the template.

Copy from the task detail

Go to the task detail and click Copy task… in right menu.

How to copy a task from the detail of the task.
How to copy a task from the detail of the task.

Select a project and To-Do list where you want to place the copied task.

Select project and To-Do list.
Select project and To-Do list.
Updated on 14.4.2021

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