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From the penultimate release notes: "Completing a repeating single action list correctly produces a new single action list (rather than a parallel project)."

What does "repeating single action list" mean? Is that an action group?
 
A repeating single action list is just what it sounds like, a single action list that repeats itself when you mark it complete. An example might be a bunch of daily tasks that you need to do but aren't really interdependent, like in my example.
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A single action list is like a parallel project, except that all of its actions are next actions.
 
The shoebox project. I get it. I think I had trouble interpreting that because the idea of a repeating list had me thinking of something that would be in Context mode, not Project mode.
 
 


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