Creating New Backup Task

When creating a new backup task, in order to save it you need to click the Start Backup button.  This is counter-intuitive.  As a new user of the software I only wanted to create a backup task, not start a backup.  It was only after fumbling with the interface for a while that I discovered I need to click the Start Backup button in order to save the backup task.  Why not simply have a Save button?  There is plenty of space for it.
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  • If it's a scheduled backup, you can save it without running first.
  • There is no control on the screen to allow you to save the backup task.  The screen in question is attached...
  • See picture below:

  • Yes, that's my point.  It's counter-intuitive that you would need to click a button that says Start Backup in order to save a backup task.  Anyone who looks at that button would reasonably conclude that if they click it, it will start a backup.  No one is going to think that they need to click a button labeled Start Backup in order to save a backup task.  They are going to look for a button that says Save.
  • OK. we will try to improve it.
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