Is there a way to assign Due time not just date for a task?

I like using tasks, but I find it limiting when I cannot assign a time.  Has anyone been able to find a good way to work-around this limitation?

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Sorry to say but that's still nonsense - how can a nice project management tool can't have time in a task or event.
but has a completely weird feeling meeting thingy that does not work properly... I don't understand.

We actually loved out trail with Wrike but the iPhone app is not up to date and the missing monthly payment option stopped us from testing any further.

 

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I require to set a specific start in end time for tasks. Please implement this feature.

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Stephen

Hi guys, you might be interested in voting for this popular post that outlines what you're looking for. This helps our team understand the use-cases and how best to go about its implementation.

@Mark, I can see you already found this post  👍

Thanks for your inputs here.

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Hello. I am currently evaluating Wrike during my trial period and raise this same question--how do i specify a task-specific start or end TIME? It seems this has been an outstanding issue for close to two years. No progress?

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Stephen

Hi Dan, currently this is not a planned development with our Product Team. It doesn't mean the team won't look at doing it in the future but right now there it not in the plans. Take a look at Stephanie's update from the Product Team here for more information.

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