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I can understand the problem you face (i.e inaccuracy in project tracking) caused to you as the end date and task completion date are not the same, which is technically correct but incorrect in actual project tracking.
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You can opt for it to show up read or unread by selecting the appropriate option. You'll only be able to send email back until April 1, 2004, the day we launched Gmail.
If we were to let you send an email from Gmail before Gmail existed, well, that would be like hanging out with your parents before you were born -- crazy talk.
Isn't there a way to enter the actual end date if it was in the past? One of our large projects is about 1/3rd complete, but we'd like to reflect the tasks that have been completed already.
Hi, I think this is not there as I was also looking for this but could not find it anywhere. If this is an upcoming feature, I appreciate if you can share where it appears in the road map. @henleymba, @avsethuraman When a task is completed, the date on which the task was completed will only be displayed in the system against that task and not the actual end date. When we mark the begin date as July 7th, the end date as July 9th, mark the task 100% complete, everything looks great on screen.
Someone else had already won them, but I told everyone to check their inboxes again.You must make the calling plan change before the start of your next billing cycle.Maybe I could not find the proper way to do it, but when entering tasks that took place in the past for an ongoing project, the system automatically assigned the current date when they were marked complete. We have just begun using Projects to manage our organizations projects.Additional confusion comes into play when, on some screens, the begin and end dates show appropriately (July 7th and 9th, respectively), but on others, such as the Gantt chart closed tasks report, it looks like we've missed a deadline.Having the ability to make the "completion date" the same as the "end date" in certain circumstances would provide numerous opportunities for us to be more accurate with our project tracking and, indeed, the information that we provide to our clients.