Weekend work question

Hi,

I'm new to Wrike. I'm trying to figure out how to have the calendar accurately reflect schedule dates. I have a multi-week job (Newport Bluffs) that is scheduled for working days only, yet it appears through the weekend on the calendar. How do I get the calendar to reflect the actual dates I've assigned?

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Hugh

Hi Brandon Elrod, and welcome to Wrike!

You can hide weekends in the Calendar by clicking on the three-dot menu beside "Public link" in the top right corner and selecting "Hide weekends". While the calendar will show the task running through the weekend, the task will show how many days it takes minus the weekends. So for example, your Newport Bluffs task technically runs for 23 days, but as the weekends have been removed, it reads as 17 days.

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

mdr

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Thank you @..., that helps me understand that Wrike will tally the time accurately behind the scenes...I just don't know how to have the calendar not be confusing for our team to differentiate between work that appears on Saturday because it is actually scheduled for the weekend, vs work that appears on Saturdays yet really isn't scheduled for non-working days. I appreciate your help...

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Hi Brandon Elrod,

Thank you for sharing more information here. One workaround could be to create a layer called "Weekend' on your Calendar and assigning the tasks that appear on Saturdays/Sundays to this layer. Then, if you select the option for "Calendar Colors" in the three-dot menu in the top right, you'll be able to quickly see the difference between tasks assigned for the weekend and ones that aren't.

Let me know if this helped!

mdr

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