Thanks for asking, Juan It's only happening in project type items and folders. Task type items do show the subtasks at the bottom of the description.
Thanks Pietro Poli. It is a CIT and I do have them visible there (in all of my CITs). This also happens in Item View for tasks and projects that are not CITs.
We need an option to select which notifications appear within the Wrike inbox. The current design requires users to read and action every notification (by either archiving or responding), which is...
Location is very important for us too. Our tasks are fairly repetitive and the location helps us easily identify the client/project a task is related to.
This is a big win, thank you so much!
Thank you, Juan . I'll review these with the team to see if any of them are helpful towards a solution for us!
Lindsey Fricke it's working for me but he's not available from 9a-5p your local time, so try looking outside of those hours if you haven't already. More Wrikey Dog info
Shelly Erickson - have you tried the Compact View? There's an ellipses that opens a drop down and gives the option to change density. I also prefer the compact format. It doesn't look like you hav...
Carolanne Mak Aloi Calvert.- have you tried the new Lightspeed (Profile and settings / Try Lightspeed)? I think it showcases the new table view pretty well. I started with a new company in March a...
Ah, I see it now - thanks Emily Taylor! I was trying to do it in the table view and the info screen - totally forgot about the folder tree in the sidebar.
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