Ability to determine limits per project.

 Ability to determine the limit of working hours per day, which days of the week should be used per project.

The lack of these features makes the manual work of adjustments to start the project large. The same goes for maintaining a project in progress

 

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Stephen

Hi Paulo, thanks for your suggestion! Can I ask you to please provide a little more detail or an example case of how you would use this so I have a better understanding of your suggestion?

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Hello, 

I have run into this issue as well. 

I am working on multiple projects at the same time. 

I have divided my time such that for Project-1 I will work from Mon-Wed, and for Project-2 I will work from Thu-Fri. 

That is how I put together the timeline or Start and Due dates, initially. 

However, that only works initially. If the Start or Due date for a task in Project-1 now changes and I update it, it offsets everything following it in such a way that Wrike will also use Thu-Fri timeslot, whereas I do not want to work on Project-1 Thu-Fri. 

This means I have redo the dates for all following tasks. 

This feature is important for people who need to report on two different projects separately. Would really appreciate if it is added. 

Regards,

Asad

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