"Scheduling" vs "Date Due" - Anyone interested?

The whole concept of "date due" does not take account to how people work today. The reality is people would take a card or a task, schedule time for that card/task, then focus. 

Would be be interested in a Trello feature where cards have "schedule time" in 30 minute units? The same would work for checklist in the card. 

That would allow someone to schedule 30 minutes each day until the task is completed.

Thoughts?

 

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Devon Henderson Community Champion Apr 24, 2017

I would honestly find this very useful. I keep a notebook for my task planning each day so that I can keep my Trello dates as purely due dates; I feel like this feature idea would benefit a lot of people.

Have you suggested it to the Trello team? You can send a feature request here:

https://trello.com/contact?nosearch=1&source=from%20helpsite%20beacon

The more the staff here from the users, the more they'll consider the feature for addition to Trello. I know quite a few people have requested some way to mark scheduled vs. due date, especially on the Calendar Power-Up, so adding your voice to the chorus can only help :)

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