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    Lisa

    Hey Aaron, happy to see you and thanks for posting 🙂

    Can you please explain in more detail how this works?

    For now, have you tried using Custom Fields for this purpose? You can add notes there. 

    Please let me know what you think 🙌

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    Aaron Owen

    Lisa, the custom field is a very ineffective solution to a Wiki. 

    When I am referring to a Wiki, I am referring to something like Confluence. It would be great if Wrike had a similar tool or could integrate.

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    Al Sape

    +1 here.  With rather weak linking between tasks right now - you guys don't have reciprocal links when you paste a task into a description - a bit function of a tool like Confluence, or newer independent apps like Slite/Slab, is providing context around tasks, for meetings, planning, etc.  Clickup just came out in 2.0 with a docs function as well, and tools like Notion and Coda are up-and-coming and all provide this.

    I concur that something along these lines, that would just allow you to write a document and associate it within Wrike to projects/tasks/folders, and have the mention of the doc in those tasks/folders/projects as well would really be a great addition to Wrike.

    Thanks!

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    David Holladay

    +1 on this, something like Slite seems like it would fit in well with Wrike. A Confluence-like wiki tool would be a welcome addition to Wrike.

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    Hugh

    Hi everyone, apologies for the delay here.

    The Product team are interested in this idea, but there are currently no plans to add this suggestion to the short-term roadmap. If there are any updates here, I'll be sure to let you know.

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