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Alex Lautenschlager

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. REQUEST: Separate Timelog Categories per User Group and/or Project/Folder

Yep - we are finding a need for this requirement too, expecially as the team continues to grow.

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. Account Owners cannot delete Space if it is created by another user

Agreed! As the account owner, you do have the option of deciding who gets to create Spaces.

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. [Status: Launched! 🚀(in Wrike Labs)] Default View for Spaces

This needs more attention - such a simple oversight and the List view is arguably the least effective.

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  2. How To
  3. Spaces vs Folders

I think Ryan has summed it up pretty well. We've been using Wrike for about 3 months and had a folder structure set-up that allowed for easy reporting and gave each of my teams an area for their ac...

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. View Timelog from Dashboard

Hi Lisa, Timesheets are good for an individual, but as you can't see anyone elses timesheet it does not allow for easy team performance management.    I do like the idea of having Timelog informati...

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. [Status: Not planned] Sorting by Custom Fields in Dashboards

Us too! We have a custom field for priority and it would help to sort our projects.  

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Alex Lautenschlager commented,
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  3. Request forms - Fillable Table

Thanks for the update Lisa - this is a disappointing outcome. Tables are an easy way to quickly enter data into the request form (and almost universally used in all engineering applications)

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