Hi, whilst creating our first API call, which creates tasks for us, we stumbled upon the fact that:
due_on or due_at must be present in the request when setting or unsetting the start_on parameter.
We wanted to know the reasoning behind a due date being required before a Start Date can be added. we receive bad requests if we send a start date without a due date.
I understand that Asana is a task management system and generally one wants to know when a task is due by, but from a logic point of view, we should be able to set a start date now, and decide on a due date later.
We are happy to play by the rules, but Why ?