Send Google Docs Tasks to Multiple Destinations
TaskClone allows you to set up additional destinations that you can then select from within a Google Docs based on "trigger tags". The trigger tag will apply to the entire note and all its tasks, except as specified below. Some of our clients have different task apps for "home" and "work" or task apps that support sending to different projects and this helps keep them organized.
Note: After the free trial, these features are available only on Professional and above plans.
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Send same task to multiple destinations
The Destination Email field in your TaskClone Dashboard can support up to 3 email addresses separated by commas. TaskClone will send all tasks to each destination.
Bonus: By default, TaskClone will send a separate email to each address in the "To" field of the email. However, because some systems have special uses for email fields, you can customize this behavior. You can set the email field of the 2nd and 3rd email address by entering the field, a colon and then the address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, to:email@example.com, cc:firstname.lastname@example.org). "to", "cc" and "bcc" are supported values.
Choose task destination based on trigger tag
Within a Google Doc, you simply initiate cloning as normal, but use the trigger tag associated with the destination you want (e.g. #tag1)
Choose individual task destination based on @tag
By default, every task in a note is sent to the same destination based on the trigger tag. However, if you want to send an individual task to a different destination, use the "@" symbol followed by the other trigger tag at the end of the task (e.g. @tag2).
Caution: This feature requires additional processing time for each doc, so please don't use more than 5 different destinations in the same doc.
Choose document title destination based on trigger tag
If you are cloning the document title and not individual tasks, simply append the tag for the destination to #noteclone separated by a "-" symbol (e.g. #noteclone-tag2).
Note: On the next sync, TaskClone will replace #noteclone-tag2 with #noteclone-cloned-tag2 to indicate the page title has been cloned