Google calendar integration. Connecting task with existing google calendar event

It would be nice to have an opportunity to interconnect previously created events with existing Wrike tasks.

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Stephen

Great idea Andriy. It's not on the roadmap right now but I'll be sure to bring it to the attention of the Product Team for review during future updates to this integration 👍

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I have a similar request.

We would like to create meeting schedule as Task of Wrike based on Google Calendar.

And we would like to allocate attendees as assignees.

Please include such idea to your plan.

Thank you.

Akira IT manager

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In addition to this, my team would like to be able to have the time in Google Calendar linked with an existing Task so that the duration of the calendar event is applied to Timesheets. 

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Hi everyone! I have good news - this is on our team's radar and they are considering adding this suggestion to the future roadmap - I'll let you know once I have the details. 

Thank you for suggesting and supporting the idea! 🙂

Lisa Community Team at Wrike Become a Wrike expert with Wrike Discover

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Please make this happen!

 

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Hugh

Hey Penny Moore, and welcome to the Community!

Thank you for sharing your interest in this suggestion. There are currently no plans to add this idea to the road-map. If there are any changes here, I'll be sure to let you know.

mdr

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