Silvija Doncev
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Being able to set a start date is something that we do not have any plans for right now.

A work around for getting a start date is that you make sure that the card is a break down of an activity that has a start date.

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Hi Gauri!
Thanks for sharing your idea! As of now we don´t have any plans of adding any start date for cards. End date I understand as being the due date and that we have today. But another suggestion for getting a start date is that you make sure that the card is a break down of an activity that has a start date. Please let me know your thoughts.

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Silvija

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Instead of segregating the deliverables as an activity to define into start & end date. It is very easy & to track and play on cards as an tracking of deliverables.
Also for tracking DOT it is better to have & import into Power BI.
Hence let us know any other procedure or option for tracking the DOT based on the actual & due date card

Silvija Doncev
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Being able to set a start date is something that we do not have any plans for right now.

A work around for getting a start date is that you make sure that the card is a break down of an activity that has a start date.

Since we work with real calendar dates, at most the system should show an error if dates of 7 are more narrowly defined than 7.8 etc.
The system should not automatically change dates, because then we lose track of what is going on!

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