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It would be really helpful to filter by "contains", "starts with", "ends with", etc... on the task title in reports as well as on dashboards. 

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I'd need to use all those filter options also in Tables.

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This is a must have feature in my opinion. We have filters on everything but we cant filter on title? Preposterous!!

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Agree with all of the above comments. Quite surprised that there is no filter function on the task title.

While we can search for task titles using the generic search bar, the view does not give much details. It would be nice to be able to see the list of tasks based on a variety of views, such as table, Gantt chart etc.

 

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Hi everyone, thanks a lot for your feedback here!

I don't have any updates on this, but I'll refer other members here to upvote when there's a similar ask. 

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Is there any movement on this? I require the function to filter on Title by "contains" to generate a report 

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Hi Sinead Buxton, thank you for this feedback, it's been passed on to the Product team. I don't have an update for you at the moment, but as soon as I do, I'll update this thread 😊

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Definitely need this.

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Hugh

Hi Lindsey Walters, thank you for sharing this feedback!

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Definitely the "title" filter would be very helpfull... a MUST feature...

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Hi Andreas Hoffmann, welcome to the Community 🙂

Thanks for adding your feedback here, we've passed this on to the Product team. 

If we have any updates to share on this one, we'll be sure to let you know 👍

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Just adding my interest in this feature. Very powerful for blueprinted processes. 

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Hello Daren Lewis, welcome to the Community 👋🏻
 
Thank you for posting! Please be sure to upvote the original post by clicking on the heart icon. The number of upvotes helps our Product team assess the popularity of the suggestion amongst our members 😊 I'd also recommend you to read our Product Feedback Guidelines explaining what happens after we receive Product feedback 🖊

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I would also like to have that feature as that is a must-have filter wrike should have added in the initial stage only.

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Welcome to the Community Himanshu Bhatt, and thank you for supporting this suggestion! 🤗

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For anyone looking for a temporary/hack-ish solution to filter by title in Wrike:

  1. Switch to Table View in a folder
  2. Create a new custom field with type Text
  3. Select & highlight all the tasks in that folder by clicking on the top and shift+click on the bottom
  4. Press the copy shortcut (cmd+c on a Mac, ctrl+c for everything else)
  5. Click on the topmost column of the new custom field, then press the paste shortcut (cmd+v / ctrl+v)
  6. Filter as you like on the filter column 😁
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Thank you, Kareem Lukitomo - I've been using this hack as well!
Looking forward to a title filter being available soon - this is a must feature for us also.

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Coming from Workamagig, this was actually one feature we used on the regular for creating custom reports. It is double work to have to use the custom field to search by this—and not my favorite approach because custom fields aren't searchable based on my understanding.

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Hi Stephanie Todd, thanks for posting. 

It is possible to find tasks with specific custom field entries using a filter on the search results. You'd first need to click on the search button and see all results. When you have the list of your search results please click on the filter icon on the top left-hand corner underneath the search results headline 😊

When you click on the filter icon you should have filter options available on the right, please add the custom field(s).

You can also find a full list of your custom fields under the Account Management section. Please let me know if this helps.

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