Can the Workload capacity planning take into account meetings schedule in user's Google Calendar?

Hi guys

Can the Workload capacity planning take into account meetings schedule in user's Google Calendar?

For example, if a user has workload of 6 hours a day scheduled out in Wrike (via the Effort data in scheduled tasks) but that user has 5 hours of meetings each day in their Google Calendar (and that amount of times for meetings might vary from one week to the next), does Wrike take into account that within working hours, that user only has, say, 3 hours of available capacity per day, and is therefore over-scheduled for each day?

Hope that makes sense!

One of our team members who is in sales and account management just asked me this — "What good is the workload planning if it ignores how many actual available (that is, not scheduled for meetings) hours I have in any give week?" was her question.

Thanks in advance for shedding light on this!

Cheers
MC

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I would LOVE some insight on this as well! We have the same dilemma with our Account Management team.  

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Hey guys, thanks for posting here.

In order to include the meetings in Google Calendar to the Workload, there should be a task with Effort in Wrike. To facilitate the process of setting it up, I'd suggest you check out our new Wrike Integrate add-on. You can contact us here to get more detailed info or post your questions on the Community.

I hope that helps 🙂

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