Are "completed" tasks supposed to appear on agenda?

Kit Johnson
Kit Johnson EN Pro Posts: 10 Beginner

After using agenda for several months I've found something consistently unpredictable: whether my agenda will show completed tasks. Sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn't.

At the end of last week a slew of tasks were marked as completed by the developer. I selected about 5 of these to add to my "re-test" agenda. This morning none of those tasks showed on my agenda. I did try refreshing the page.

I can make one of these tasks appear on the agenda again by going to the relevant board and manually opening the task, refresh the agenda page, and it appears. But I have to do this manually for each task which defeats the whole purpose of agenda.

Am I looking at a bug here or is this really how it's supposed to work?

PS: I'm not talking about achived cards here, but completed ones. I know that archived tasks don't ever appear on agendas.

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  • Miša Hennin
    Miša Hennin Admin, MeisterLobster, EN Business, Ambassador Posts: 1,246 Community Admin
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    Hi @Kit Johnson,

    That sounds like it could be a bug. Agenda should show completed tasks in the same way your project boards do. I.e., with the green Completed banner and crossed out text.

    I will refer your case to support so that the team can investigate this further.

    I'm sorry for the inconvenience!

    Best,

    Miša

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  • Joerg Koper
    Joerg Koper DACH Partner, MT Tester, DE Business Posts: 1,334 Community Leader

    Hi @Kit Johnson,

    what you describe seems to be a buggy behaviour to me. I'll get the Meister Team on board to have a look at it.

    Best, Jörg

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