Request form - assign Blueprint based on question selection

I'd love to see a dropdown option have the ability to assign a blueprint vs. the entire form being tied to one.  That way depending on what option is selected, I can associate the request with a prebuilt set of Tasks appropriate to their selection.

Another option would be allowing dropdowns and checkboxes to add Blueprints to the project being created.  This would give "choose your own adventure" where the user's inputs are building out custom sets of Tasks within a project.  ex:  If a user is using a form to "Request a Marketing Project" and they select the checkbox for "need email campaign", it would grab the Email Campaign blueprint and add it as a sub-project/task list to the main request project.

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This would be incredibly useful to us as well. 

We have a "New Project" request form that creates new projects for us, but pre-populating tasks withing that new project based on a drop-down selection would be very useful as it would no longer need to be done manually.

For example, selecting in the drop-down "Design Project" would select the appropriate blueprint with all the design project tasks. Similarly selecting "Study Project" would allow those very different tasks to be populated from a different blueprint.

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Hi both, thanks for the suggestion and input. 

As this idea hasn't reached the 60+ threshold, it's yet to receive a status, but we have passed on your feedback to our Product team. 

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This seems like a basic but vital function to be honest. Without having dynamic forms the only other option is to intake and manually assign projects or have multiple forms, which just makes it clunky.

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Hi Alec Witham, welcome to the Community 👋
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I agree with Alec Withman.  the forms loose value by not being dynamic and requiring 2nd or 3rd touches after submittal to complete the tasks set up in the assigned Wrike space.

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Thank you for supporting here Rob Clinite 🤗

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