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    Stephanie Westbrook

    Hi Polina! Thanks for reaching out. One way to approach this could be to use a combination of the assignee field and the description field. The task would be assigned to the designer, but there would be a "Reviewers" section in the description field and you would use checkboxes to list the names of anyone who needs to give their approval. In this case, the creative director would check off their name once they've approved the project. 

    For example: 

    I also want to mention the Proofing and Approvals add-on. If your creative director needs to approve files, this might be a good option for you (but it is a paid add-on, so I understand that might not be what your team is looking for).

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    Polina Stylianou

    Hi Stephanie

    Million thanks for your prompt reply. This may be a good solution, but Donald is not informed about this task, till someone mentions him to take action. Is there a way to add a link to the check box with the id of the user (eg creative director) in order for him to take notifications too?

    I found that my id in Wrike is something like this <a class="author stream-user-id ua-744h4laDVfe7 ai-345217">Polina</a>

    But this is not working as link to the check box.

     

    According to the approvals add-on, could you please inform me about the cost.

     

    Thank you in advance

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    Anastasia

    Hi Polina, hope you don't mind if I quickly jump in for Stephanie here! The cost for Proofing and Approvals can be found on our Pricing page, and I've also reached out to your Account Manager, who will gladly guide you through the pricing details and breakdown :)

    As for ensuring that Donald receives notifications, this can be done by adding him to the list of followers for this task (or Folder). As long as he has the corresponding email notifications are enabled, he will receive updates about the task. Here's how to add followers:

    Happy to answer any other questions about this! 

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    Polina Stylianou

    Thank you Anastasia for your help ;-)

     

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    Marta Bennett

    Hi is there a way which I can allocate a type to a task to know for example if a task is a design type , a development type or an app development type? If there was a way I would colour code individual tasks then that would do the job.

    Thank you.

     

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    Anastasia

    Hi Marta, thank you for the question! There are actually a couple of ways to categorize tasks, and one of them even includes color coding :)

    • Custom Fields. Create a dropdown list with options such as Design or Development, and then use these fields as filters when running Reports or sorting tasks in other Wrike views.
    • Folder Tags. Create a master Folder which contains Subfolders for all task types (Design, Development). Color code these tags by right-clicking the Subfolder in the Navigation panel and selecting "Color". To tag a task, include it in one of these Folders. A quick way to do this is by dragging and dropping the Folder onto a task:

    To view tasks from a certain category, like Design or Development, just open the corresponding Folder. Tasks can belong to multiple Folders and Projects at once, so you can view them from any of their locations. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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    Miquel Brunet

    Very good!

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    Jeff Polack

    Is there a method to add someone as a follower via email creation of a task? I'm aware there are a number of attributes that can be set via email but have not found a way to add a follower.

    Thanks

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    Stephanie Westbrook

    Hi Jeff, there's no way to specifically add someone as a follower via email integration but it's an interesting idea if you want to leave it as a suggestion in our Product Feedback section. 

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