Using To Do to work with Outlook tasks is a HUGE problem because To Do has bafflingly omitted the Start Date field. Outlook has Start Dates. Todoist does. Microsoft's Planner does. In fact, every task management system I've ever seen has them. But not To Do, and that's despite the fact that it directly syncs with a program (Outlook tasks) that does. So, Microsoft sees the value of start dates in all of its other task management software, but the To Do team thinks it knows better?
So who made this decision to hamstring To Do by leaving out this field?