Can I assign scheduled orders to the unit, so that I could make precise coordinated attacks? I can simulate it with micromanagement, but I can't get it very accurate and user friendly.
For example: I have three different battalions, which I would like to attack enemy position, one battallion would make frontal attack and one from left and right. What I would like to do is order frontal attack battallion a command: "Ok, you have a plenty of time, but that is because two other battalions are moving to the sides and I want every battalion to start at the same time. So move to that position and do what is needed for preparations, and the rest of the time you can do whatever you want, but at 04:00 sharp, begin assault against enemy positions."
And so on for the rest of the battalions. If one of the battalions counters enemy resistance, while moving to position, so be it - other battalions will start the assault regardlessly, if not canceled. Harassed battallion will try to be in schedule, but if it can't make it at 04:00, it cancels it's orders. And user's cancellation would be with order delay, if you try to cancel it at 03:55, too bad, assault will still initially commence.
Is this feature already in the Cota and I have missed it? Or maybe this is something to consider adding into a patch or in the future projects, please?