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Show start date in task list

gioele says:
If a start date is set, it should be shown in the task list.

This is similar to how due dates work: if a due date is set on task is will shown near the task name when the task name is listed.

A possible format, to avoid any confusion with the due date, is "starts in 2 days"/"started 3 days ago" or simply "in 2 days"/"3 days ago".
Posted at 1:52pm on February 21, 2017
rachelairmetsmith says:
Yes, this.
Posted 4 months ago
dicksrtm1024 says:
One aspect of a task list is a view into my future time commitments. Knowing when a task needs to start can be just as important as knowing when it is due. So, Start Dates should be available on the Task List.
Posted 4 months ago
cjdenbow says:
Yes, I agree with this totally. That's why you put in start dates. You need a reminder in the daily listing that you should be starting a particular task on that date, and then a continued reminder on each day until the due date is reached.
Posted 11 days ago
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