Recurring task

I find it difficult to allocate a recurring task, for example, every last Friday of every month from today and ending in December. Only shows the first 30/06 event. Other events do not enjoy either the desktop or the timeline chart.
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Did you try using Make Reccurrent option?

You will see it in the "..." (button  Menu) of each task.

 

Andrea Rosales "Gracias por existir Ctrl+Z"

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I already performed this procedure, but it does not happen on the timeline chart, it shows only the first event or first month. I've tried it in many ways. Is it possible only in the main task and not in the subtasks?
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Rodrigo... I tried again and... see my example

With subtasks...  I never try the recurrence with a subtask but I did it a moment ago and the recurrence doesn't work, this is a good issue!

 

Andrea Rosales "Gracias por existir Ctrl+Z"

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Stephanie Westbrook

Hi Andrea and Rodrigo! This was a great conversation, I had to do some testing of my own. 

Rodrigo, if you are trying to make a subtask recurrent, I have an explanation. Subtasks have ghost tags, not regular tags, which means that the duplicated tasks (the recurrent tasks) don't have any tags at all and they go in the root Folder (the main account). In this case, the best option is to convert the ghost tag into a regular tag (before you make the subtask recurrent) and then make the subtask recurrent. 

Let me know if you're working with regular tasks and not subtasks. 

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Stephanie,

 

I started using the program this week, I do not understand the terminology you are mentioning (tag). What I tried to do was add sub recurring tasks and could not see it on the chart. As a normal task of a certain yes, but ends up greatly increasing the project as its activities, for analysis is very polluted.
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Rodrigo, you want something like this....?

 

Task Name

  1. Subtask 1
  2. Subtask 2
  3. Subtask 3
  4. Subtask 4
  5. subtask 5

 

 

Andrea Rosales "Gracias por existir Ctrl+Z"

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Stephanie Westbrook

Hi Rodrigo, there were a lot of Wrike-specific words in my answer, let me try again.

For your subtasks:

  1. Click the "+" sign that appears under the task title.
  2. Search for the Folder/Project that the task should be a part of.
  3. Select it from the list.

Do this for all of the subtasks that you would like to make recurrent. Let me know if that helps, if not we can maybe do a call. 

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The problem with this suggested solution is that it puts the subtask in the parent task's folder or project, clogging that folder or project up.

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