Create an automation to complete the main Task after all the subtasks in your project are completed.
This automation rule is great for projects when you'd like the main task to complete as soon as all subtasks are completed. Nothing to think about - just complete as soon as the last subtask is wrapped up. This recipe can also work Custom Statuses that you might have set up as well.
What you'll need:
- Custom Statuses (optional)
Make the Recipe
First, head to a Task or Task Template where you'd like to make this rule.
- On the Main Task, click Add an Automation.
- Set the Condition as "when all subtasks have status of".
- Select a Status (we are going with Completed)
- Select the Action as "then set the task status".
- Select a Status for the action.
- Click Add Automation.
Now, when all subtasks are completed, the status of the main Task automatically changes to Completed. This recipe can be altered for any status though!