Wrike Integrate Task Limits
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Wrike Integrate accounts have a limited number of Wrike Integrate tasks available on a monthly basis. Each job performed by integration recipes consumes a number of these tasks. It is important to understand the limit for your account and to monitor account usage to ensure that your integrations continue to operate effectively.
Wrike tasks and Wrike Integrate tasks are not the same. Wrike Integrate tasks refer specifically to units of work done within Wrike Integrate.
When the Wrike Integrate task limit is reached your recipes will be stopped and no further jobs will be processed until the task limit is reset or additional tasks are acquired. Your Wrike account owner will receive an email notification when 80% of your available tasks have been consumed, and an additional notification when 100% of your available tasks have been consumed.
Tasks in Wrike Integrate are units of work performed by the Wrike Integrate servers while executing the business logic of your recipes. Each time a recipe executes a job in Wrike Integrate it has the potential to consume tasks. Visit this page for more information about tasks and what recipe steps consume those tasks.
Your account’s Wrike Integrate Task Limit, as well as your current usage statistics, are available from within Wrike Integrate on the Dashboard. From that page, you can see your account’s current Task limit, your current Task usage, as well as usage statistics from past months. In addition, you can track individual recipes’ usage details to better understand how different recipes are using your available Tasks.
To access Wrike Integrate you must be a Wrike account admin, and Enterprise account admins must have the Configure integration recipes right enabled
From your Wrike workspace, click on your profile picture in the upper right-hand corner.
Select Apps & Integrations.
Navigate to the Integration recipes section and select Wrike Integrate portal.
Once the portal opens, hover over your profile initial in the upper left-hand corner of the portal and, when the navigation bar expands, click on your name.
Under Switch team select the first team from the list (this will likely be the name of your account owner).
Hover over the left-hand navigation bar to expand it, and select Dashboard.
Once on the Dashboard you will see three main panels: a graph of jobs run in the past 7 days, a graph of plan usage, and a list of all recipes which generated jobs in the past 7 days along with their Task usage. The Plan usage panel lists the number of tasks remaining out of your total task limit for the period. For example, it may read 250k of 300k tasks remaining, indicating that your account has a total monthly limit of 300,000 tasks, and 250,000 of those are still available. Clicking the View usage link will take you to a page showing the number of tasks used historically.
There are a number of techniques that you can use to optimize your recipes to use fewer tasks. Generally, reducing the number of jobs performed will reduce the number of tasks consumed. The most effective ways to reduce the number of jobs performed are to implement Trigger Conditions within your trigger to ensure that only necessary updates are detected, or to switch from using a New/Updated record trigger to a webhook. More information about webhooks can be found in Wrike’s Developer Documentation. Some additional techniques which can be employed to reduce task usage are described here: Optimizing Task Usage.