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How do you see a subtask's project name when adding dependencies?

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    Katherine A

    Hi Meghan, we have also run into this issue. We have two work arounds.

    One, we use prefixes on all our projects so each task within a project has a prefix and thats how we differentiate ( we use dates 02.24.20 )

    Two, I have found that MOST often, the subtask you're looking for is most likely the top one listed. Maybe Wrike is sourcing that list from "most similar tasks" so it lists the ones within the same project first.

    I know this isnt an official answer but I hope it helps in the meantime, thanks!

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