What makes these fields handy is that they are automatically updated by Word.
Users sometimes don't make that distinction and can't understand why the changes are still happening after they thought they'd turned off the necessary settings.
Despite that, you might find users prefer a quick macro.
The idea might seem like overkill — but if a simple macro eliminates user confusion and mistakes, a macro is worth the effort. The False value enters the date or time as a string.
It's the fastest way to add due dates and recurring due dates to your tasks, but sometimes a date is actually part of a task name.
For example, in "Create monthly report", "monthly" will automatically be highlighted as a recurring due date. You can turn off smart date recognition on a case-by-case basis by pressing esc or backspace on desktop or by tapping on the highlighted word on mobile to unrecognize it.