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Please let Request Forms trigger duplication of Tasks (in addition to duplicating projects)

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    Anastasia

    Hi again, Ivan! Thanks for taking the time to write this up and submit it as a separate post. :)

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    Miquel Brunet

    We support this request.

    You should also take into account that projects/folders are not included in the search engine of Wrike, meaning that details included in project/folder description are not retrieved by Wrike "task search" tool. This missing feature is very inconvenient when duplicating projects or folders with a Request form because details or information supplied by the form are written into project/folder description, therefore, we end up in a situation that that information supplied by the request form cannot be found by the search engine.

    Your request would also easy this situation, because details included into task descriptions are searchable by Wrike "task search" tool.

     

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