Smart Text Recognition

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Why there is still no smart text recognition for tasks available? This feature is available in most popular rivals: todoist, tick-tick, remember the milk, but Microsoft still unable to implement this feature for some reason. Typing something like "my new task tomorrow #list2" is much more comfortable, than typing "my new task", clicking calendar, clicking the date, clicking Ok, then moving task to a correct list. I see such requests in Uservoice quite regularly left without an answer.

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