Flow/Power automate expressions for start and due date

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I used to be able to input expressions in microsoft flow in order to schedule recurring tasks in microsoft planner. I would set a date in the recurrence area and have the interval monthly, weekly etc. and then in the area of creating a planner task I would be asked to input a start and due date. So that the date would not remain static and I could have it keep recurring, I would use formulas in start date such as utcNow() and use add days in the due date to set how many dats from 'now' the task would be marked due. I no longer have the ability to enter formulas/expressions. How can I still create recurring tasks that take place on a weekly, monthly or annual basis that are always due in the same number of days ? 

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