Set a due date with email

 

Scenario 1: You want to set the due date as today or tomorrow

Then add as additional recipient:

today@sendtask.io
or
tomorrow@sendtask.io

Note: By default, the timing is set at 12 am midnight when using this format.

You can also include a specific time:

Example:
today1pm@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for today at 1 pm
or
tomorrow2pm@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for tomorrow at 2 pm

…and so on.

Scenario 2: You want to set the due date as a specific day of the week

Then add as additional recipient one of the following:

monday@sendtask.io
tuesday@sendtask.io
wednesday@sendtask.io
thursday@sendtask.io
friday@sendtask.io
saturday@sendtask.io
sunday@sendtask.io

Note: By default, the timing is set at 11 pm when using this format.

You can also include a specific time:

Example:
monday1pm@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for 1 pm on the first Monday coming after today’s date
tuesday4am@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for 4 am on the first Tuesday coming after today’s date
friday11am@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for 11 am on the first Friday coming after today’s date

…and so on.

Scenario 3: You want to set the due date as a specific date

Then add as additional recipient:

YYYY-MM-DD@sendtask.io
or
YYYY/MM/DD@sendtask.io

Example:
2017-03-27@sendtask.io – this will set the due date for 27th March 2017.

2017/03/2017@sendtask.io – this will also set the due date for 27th March 2017.

Note: By default, the timing is set at 11 pm when using this format.

 

Scenario 4: You don’t want to set a due date

Then add as additional recipient:

task@sendtask.io

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