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Dependent tasks on same date

When task 1 (T1) is issue on a day D and task 2 is dependent on T1 , the line joining T1 and T2 is read when T1 finish date and T2 beginning date are the same...
When linked, it is quite usual to begin a task the date when prior task is finished.

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      • Vlad commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Agree!
        If a milestone shows the end of the task - can't it be the same day as the task finishes?

        Now it gets my dependencies straightened at every shake, which breaks all the planning - very uncomfortable.

      • Chad commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Agreed. Example:

        A "Milestone" (hand off of document from copy to proof) is at 10 am on wednesday, then another "milestone" (handoff of the same document from proof to production) is at 2pm on wednesday; after review/edits.

        Production's task cannot start until the two milestones are finished...roughly 2pm on wednesday...but they all happen on the same day.

        It would be nice if the dependencies didn't push the production task to 2 days out to begin on Friday.

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