[Status: Backburner ⌛️] Customize Conflict Monitor

We have several project managers who each manage projects independently. It would be great to have the conflict monitor only reflect projects that I own, since I'm not particularly interested in whether my colleagues' projects are behind. I would love to have the ability to limit which projects that monitor checks.

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Thanks a lot for sharing your feedback and supporting this suggestion Rachel Morgain

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Please add my +1 to this as well

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Thank you Christina Wenk-Rabsatt, and welcome to the Community 👋

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Upvoted this. 
I tried to use Dave's approach, but the Analytics view of Conflicts shows the entire account, not just the folder, and not even just the space. This is not really useful. We can't have someone identify who owns which conflicts...

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Hi Jean-Pierre Picard, thank you for sharing your feedback, I'm passing it on to the team👍🏼

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So WRIKE team work on this bug for 5 years??

Maybe they should start to use some PROJECT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE to tell us when it will be done?

 

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Hello Michał Tworek thanks for posting. To summarise shortly, we have guidelines on how we process the product feedback that we receive on Community.

A status is assigned when a thread receives more than 60 upvotes, as per our Product Feedback Guidelines & Statuses. If you’d like to find out more, this article explains what happens after we receive Product feedback. This post is a Product request from a Community member which has been given the status “Backburner”. The ''Backburner'' status means that our Product Team is interested in the idea, but that it isn't on our current roadmap. It will be reviewed during future internal discussions and if anything changes in relation to the status of the suggestion we’ll be sure to let you know here.

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Hi! I was just watching the recording of the Collaborate 22 session 'Plan the Work, Work the Plan' (https://wrike.wistia.com/medias/j6xzunrd0v). From the 27th minute, the topic is dashboards and to my surprise, a Conflict Monitor widget is added to the dashboard in the demo. It seems to suggest this widget can work for a selected source within Wrike. But checking this myself, I see it's still the entire account that shows in the widget. If a solution is not on the roadmap, I do not think the dashboard widget should be used in a demo.... 

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Hi Karen Reijneveld, conflict monitor still works for the whole account and not for a particular source. Since this is a demo, I believe there weren't many tasks to display in conflict. I will pass on your feedback to our team. 

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