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Well you just create multiple schedules, your full on day X of the month, & your diffs every day.. all starting at the same time, whichever is the "senior" type runs..
If I'm understanding what you want to achieve, the interface is very similar to the Windows setup for "Create a basic task" now I take a quick look.
It may not be quite as flexible if you edit a schedule to add multiple triggers, but it's certainly pretty straightforward to set up the kinds of things that most users want, including the sorts you describe.
The Windows scheduler if you create a task & pick monthly gives you a dropdown with checkboxes for which months (so you could in theory select even numbered months only), and a second dropdown with checkboxes for which dates in the selected months.. so.. if you wanted to do anything so strange you could schedule a task to run on even numbered days in even numbered months... or every day except the third in every month except december.. or all kinds of weird stuff.
Macrium's backups run perfectly happily scheduled from either one, the Windows one has some bugs which cause some backups to get skipped under certain conditions to do with the change to & from daylight saving time if I recall, hence Macrium creating their own, which doesn't have that issue. Be aware the Windows one does if you use it instead.