Q. When I’m looking at my list of tasks, they don’t show the Start Date, only the Due Date. How can I get Start Date into the view?
A. First, you’ll need to expose the Field Chooser. Right click on any column title in the view and select Field Chooser. In the Field Chooser box, locate the Start Date in Frequently-used fields (default). Just click and drag it to the column titles in your view, between the two columns where you would like to see it. If you want to hold onto this view for future use, click on the View tab, and in the Current View group, click the Change View dropdown button. Select Save Current View as a New View, name it and click OK.
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