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Heather Keith

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    Heather Keith commented,

    Well this thread got super popular all of a sudden! 

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    Heather Keith commented,

    I'd like to see the task update aligned to a custom field. Where the overall status of the proejct sits, so easier to see first thing in the morning/last thing at night, so you don't have to click ...

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    Heather Keith commented,

    I'm a manager, and currently just have my dashboard set up for all of my team, by assignee. This gives me a view of what they are doing very quickly, I also have beside this, unnassigned work, so c...

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    Heather Keith commented,

    Just added my money's worth - we have a visually impaired person working with us, and whilst the majority have adopted Wrike fairly well, he now shy's away from using it as often. Any update on this?

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    Heather Keith commented,

    Agree being able to zoom would be handy. We have someone working with us with sight problems - zoom might be able to help them, at the moment they are shying away from using Wrike.

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    Heather Keith created a post,

    Timeline - Quarterly View

    Hi - it would be great if we could adjust the dates for the quarterly view on the timeline. Currently, the default to start in Jan - but company's differ. Mines for example is tat Q1 starts in July...

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    Heather Keith created a post,

    [Duplicate] Folders

    Note from Wrike Team: Check out "Notifications Count (next to Projects)" to vote for the original request.   Hello,   Is there a way to see how many items are in a folder? i.e. when a new request h...

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    Heather Keith commented,

    Fairly new to Wrike, but I think it would be great to be able to hyperlink within the request form directly to our own drives, as sensitive things can be accessed fairly securely. (#507793