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Jendy
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Planner due date / Next month

Hi,

 

I'm trying to create a task for MS Teams. After completing the task, I need to take due date from last task and make the new one task with shifted due date to next month. Can you advice me with this relativly easy task please?

 

Have a nice day,

Jan

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@Jendy 

Ok, the context helps.  Since your trigger is "When a task is completed", you don't need the "list tasks" (unless you need that for something else later).  Your flow could look something like this:

 

Trigger - When a task is completed

Add to Time - Add a month to the due date from the completed task in the Trigger.

Create a new task - All the details you'd want, but the due date would be the dynamic output of the Add to Time action.

 

Give that a try and let us know how it works out.

-Ed

 

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edgonzales
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@Jendy 

Hi there.  Have you already seen the Add to Time action?  That might be the easiest way to add time to the date:

 

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Keep us posted.

-Ed

 

 

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Helo @edgonzales 


I tryied your solution and it looks good but it has one problem. In moment when I want to "Add to time", it applied this for each one completed task.

I add attch. where you can see, what it doing. This work for every completed task. I need to apply this for the last completed task.

 

Have you some advice, how to make it please?

 

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@Jendy 

Ok, the context helps.  Since your trigger is "When a task is completed", you don't need the "list tasks" (unless you need that for something else later).  Your flow could look something like this:

 

Trigger - When a task is completed

Add to Time - Add a month to the due date from the completed task in the Trigger.

Create a new task - All the details you'd want, but the due date would be the dynamic output of the Add to Time action.

 

Give that a try and let us know how it works out.

-Ed

 

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@edgonzales  Great, it working! 🙂 Thank you

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