This planner will help you keep track of all your recurring tasks. Keep track of your screen cleaning, house chores, car maintenance, hose maintenance tasks in this handy task planner in Excel.
The best part about this planner is that it will keep you on track. Even if you are late for doing one of your chores, it will set your next due date based on when you actually completed the task.
No more guessing, no more getting overwhelmed with tasks that keep showing up on your list based on fixed schedules.
In this tutorial, you’ll get all the steps on how to create your own planner in Excel.
Excel task planner main features
- set task frequency in days, weeks, months, years
- task button to mark a task completed
- logs every task completed in a task log
- sets next due data based on the actual completion date and set frequency
- override the next due date manually
- color codes overdue task in red, tasks due today in yellow
- auto-sorts tasks by due date (next due always come first)
- add new tasks by copy-pasting existing column
See how this is made in the blog post here: