Critical Path Now in Timeline ๐Ÿ”ฅ

Hi everyone! ๐Ÿ‘‹

Great news! Critical Path is now available in Timeline.

What is it?

Critical Path highlights tasks that can ultimately affect the finish date of a Project.

In Wrike, all tasks which are part of the Critical Path turn red, tasks not on the Critical Path remain in their original color.

Whatโ€™s so great about this?

  • Allows you to focus on tasks that are paramount to completing the project on time.
  • Gives you an overview of which taskโ€™s schedule times are, essentially, most important to getting the Project done.

Check out this Help Article for more information and some examples of how you might use it.

Happy to see Critical Path in Timeline? Let us know your feedback below ๐Ÿ‘‡

Stephanie Westbrook Community Team at Wrike Conosci le straordinarie funzionalitร  di Wrike e le best practices

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Great job! I'm sure this was a bunch of work for the Wrike team.

But - sorry to say that - this was only a first step to reach the target. The ciritcal path is not really worthful without leads and lags in dependencies.

I'm sure you're well aware that in real life things do not happen one after another. We all need to do tasks in parallel but still have dependencies.

Strongly looking forward to use this enhancement soonly!

Best regards! Stephan

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Hi Stephan, glad to hear you're happy about Critical Path. For leads and lags, it's something our Product Team is working towards. At this point, the team is in the early stages of researching what work needs to be carried out to bring this into effect. 

If you haven't already, you can vote for this feedback post and add a comment with any input you'd like to provide.

Happy posting! ๐Ÿ™Œ

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