I got you, that’s because you’re searching for the activity name with a generic name.
The activity name that has the ID PE-260-ED1680 is called “Protection System Works | Approval”, so in order to get its relevant actual dates, you have to search with its full name, and this name shouldn’t be duplicated in another activity.
Your case here is that you’re searching with the word “protection”, and in your database you have 94 activities that has the word “Protection” in its name, so which date should the query present to you? You have to choose whether you want to show the earliest or the latest date.
But here you want to show the dates of a single activity, so you have to search with something unique, like the activity ID. Activity ID is supposed to be unique parameter, then make the search bar to search for the ID instead of the Name and then you’re all good.
If you want to search using the name, use a unique word in the name of the task/activity, or use the full name and it will show the relevant exact dates.
If there is two or more activities share the same name the query will show you one of their dates up to your choice (Earliest/Latest/Count)
Try these tips and it’ll work fine, and if you still have problems reply to this post. 🙂