When I specified a Duration of two weeks ("2w"), Flowsana created a task length of 20 days, not 14 days

When I specified a Duration of two weeks ("2w"), Flowsana created a task length of 20 days, not 14 days

That's correct.  As specified in the documentation, Flowsana calculates in terms of working days, and it skips and ignores weekends.  So it interprets "2 weeks" as 14 working days.
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