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Task Reminder vs Actual Dates

October 21, 2010

Those who use the task reminder in order to get notified for soon due and overdue tasks ought to know that only the estimated dates are taken into account. The actual start and end dates are always ignored.

As a result, you should never lean on the actual dates to keep track of deadlines, and that’s logical. Actual dates are meant to reflect reality while estimated dates are meant to forecast what reality will be.

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From → Tips & Tricks

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