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How to leverage Wrike reports correctly


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    Hi Rick!

    It is possible to put together a report similar to this. You can use groupings to show each task with their respective statuses and use filters to show their start and due dates. Using these in tandem will give you a clear image of how long it took for a task to get from the point of creation to the point that it's at now. 

    You can also use Workflow Reports to see how long it took for a task's status to change from one status to another. In your case, you could use it to see how long it took a task to go from "payment received" to "pay to client". You can enable Workflow Reports for your account through Wrike Labs.

    Hope this helped! If you have any questions let me know!

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