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So I have a list of things to do in my morning and evening routine. I set these to repeat one day after completion, so that I can check them off and have them automagically appear in my list the next day. The problem is that I consistently find myself finishing off my evening routine after midnight, and because of this, if I check off items from my routine they won't show up the next night. Is there an option somewhere to change the time that "tomorrow" begins? Or does anyone know of a workaround for this?
 
It sounds like you want the "Repeat every 1 day" option. Under those conditions, you'll still get the due date you want. Does that help?
 
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So I have a list of things to do in my morning and evening routine. I set these to repeat one day after completion, so that I can check them off and have them automagically appear in my list the next day. The problem is that I consistently find myself finishing off my evening routine after midnight, and because of this, if I check off items from my routine they won't show up the next night. Is there an option somewhere to change the time that "tomorrow" begins? Or does anyone know of a workaround for this?
Won't it work if you set the repeat mode to "Repeat Every" instead of "Due Again"?
 
The problem with "repeat every" is that if for some reason I don't get to an item(s), then the next day I have double of everything. That's why I like the "start again 1 day after completion" option, I don't get duplicates if I didn't get to it. Does that make sense?
 
That's when you use the inspector or the Defer script from Dan Byler to bump those "duplicate" actions out one day on the calendar.
 
 


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