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Creating Request Forms

Table 5. Availability - Legacy plans


Space admins can create request forms in their spaces. Account admins and owners can create account-level request forms. On Enterprise accounts, this right can be revoked from account admins.

Once a request form is created it can be submitted by any user or (optionally) non-Wrike users.

Access the request form builder

For space admins

Space admins can only build request forms in the spaces they're admins for.

  1. Navigate to the space where you want to create a request form.

  2. Click the gear icon under the space's name to open the space settings.

  3. Select the Request Forms tab.

  4. Click Create a Request Form if it's the first request form in the space, or + New form if the space already contains forms.


For account admins

  1. Using the green + 1 in the top right of your workspace, select Request 2.

  2. Click Create a Request Form.

  3. If you have existing forms, click Manage forms 3 and then click + New form.

Alternatively, click your profile picture, select Settings from the drop-down, and access the Request forms section in the left-hand menu.

Set up the request form


Once you've accessed the request form builder, some information is required.

  1. Enter a name for your request form 1.

  2. (Optional) Provide a description for your form to help users understand what it's for and when to submit it 2.

  3. Move to the left-hand panel and specify:

    • Response settings:

      • Select if the form should create a new task or project or create one from a custom item type, blueprint, or an existing item 3.


        To create from an existing item select Create task from... or Create project from... in this dropdown, then select the relevant tab in the pop-up, and click on the relevant option there.

      • (Optional) Select a status for the task or folder that will be created after form submission 4.


        If you do not select a status, tasks and projects created via request submission will have the first active status of the workflow applied to the folder, project or space where they are created.

      • (Optional) Select the folder, project, or space where the items created via the form should be placed 5.


        If you do not choose anything at this step, the item created via form submission will be put in the Shared with me folder.

      • (Optional) Select a user to assign the created task or project to 6.

      • (Optional) Set up an approval to be created via the request form 7.

      • (Optional) Reschedule 8

        If you had selected the Create task/project from...  option, you can choose to align the item with the start or due date submitted by the user who fills out the form. The items are scheduled preserving the duration, lead and lag times from the original task or project.

      • (Optional) Add a prefix 9

        If you had selected the Create task/project from... option, you can set a prefix for items created via this form and/or reschedule them. When someone submits the form, the answer they provide to the question designated for setting the prefix is added to the title of the newly created task, or if it’s a project — to the titles of all items within it.

    • Form sharing:

      • Select who should be able to see the form (everyone in your account, specific users and groups, or nobody in your account) 10.

      • (Optional) Check the box if you want to enable a public link to the form (for non-Wrike users) and if it should trigger email notifications or contain a CAPTCHA security feature 11.

Add questions to your form

  1. After completing the steps above, click the + button under Add a question.

  2. Choose the question type you want to add.

  3. Enter your question and, depending on the question type, available answers.

  4. (Optional) Enter a description to add additional information about the question. This information is visible to requesters but won't appear on the resulting task or project.

  5. Toggle Answer required to make a given question mandatory to complete the form.

  6. You can make questions and answers in your request form conditional, so users are redirected to different questions based on their answers.

  7. You can map responses, telling Wrike how to use certain answers in the created task or project.

  8. Publish or Save your request form.

    • Click Save to create a draft form that isn't live and you can edit it later. Only admins can see requests that are saved in a draft stage.

    • Click Publish to publish the form. Once a request is published, all users who the request is shared with will be able to access and submit it.

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