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The "Due Soon" view will not hide tasks that are due within its window. In many ways, this is sensible: It's annoying when you have things which are due (or overdue!) that you can't see.

But if you are trying to use due dates or times as appointments, the view is going to be overly cluttered. Because, yes, items with a start date which have not been reached, _will_ be visible in the "Due Soon" view, if the tasks' due dates are visible within that view.

So you're not doing anything wrong.

Frankly, I got away from throwing due dates on everything, and went to using start dates and a more traditional view, because I had few things which actually _were_ due when I slapped the due date on them. I had the due date so I could see them in my "due soon" view, which was rather broken.