Simple answer is no
I've done something similar with a recurring activity, but in that case the
users define one such recurring activity and that has an action to create
new child activities, each one a set time from the last child created. In
your case it could create children for a three month block of time.
It is useful to differentiate these children from "one-off" activities via
a different coloured icon, changing the icon file used via some state of
the object is easy. In my case if there is parent then show a different
The icons aren't visible in the calendar though, use a different calendar
name to get different coloured entities in the display.
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 9:22 PM, Roshan Vishwakarma <
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