When tasks need to be done again and again, I generally just circle them. When they gets done, I rewrite them where I need to do them next.
Some things, though, not only have to be recopied all the time, but they are on a schedule and too important to miss doing.
I've identified three things that fit those criteria:
1. Daily Tasks - I have a checklist on my Surface Pro 3 in an app called Daily Tasks, but I need a note on my planner to remind me to do the daily tasks.
2. Work - Work is scheduled on my monthly calendar, but I like to know in a glance at my weekly task list when I'll next be working.
3. Blogs - I try to blog every day. Often, I have several blogs already scheduled and need to know when I next have to write a blog to stay ahead.
For those three things, I've started using movable post-it tabs.
The post-it tabs stand out against the rest of the page at a quick glance. They are simple to move to the next day when they are needed. And they are routine enough for me that recopying is not needed to remind my mind to do the task.
Note that I write them the same way as all other tasks - circle, context code, and action verb.
What tasks are repetitive enough and important enough for you to make movable tags for? Chores? Homework? Studying? Taking out the trash? Exercise?