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Group Calendars to Avoid Multi-Select

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    Aharon Santrosyan

    We have a very similar issue in our account and it will be useful to have this kind of feature. 

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    Jennifer Olvera

    This would be a great feature.

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    Patrick Danielczyk

    This would be awesome for us! I'm really surprised it's not an option already.

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    Peyton Smith

    Hi, I would like to add a +10 (one for everyone in my office).  We're trying to centralize our calendar systems and this will allow us to replace other things we use like teamup, and switch over to resource allocation and time-allocation in the same system.  

     

    I can make a calendar that shows, for instance, every milestone of every project, but without color coding this feels pretty weak.  

     

    We have a seperate team calendar that shows personnel in/out dates (PTO, etc) as well as who is working in what location when.  And would like to overlay this information with project deadlines to anticipate our workloads.

     

    Also, currently I have 1 calendar for Phases (basically sub-projects), 1 calendar for milestones, and 1 calendar for tasks.  Generally, I only have Milestones turned on, but this still uses up 3x the screen real estate as opposed to a nesting/collapsable structure (which there already is on the gantt view!).  

     

    This would be a killer feature. 

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    Jim Milsom

    We would like to see something similar as well.  If the the navigation pane in Calendars support folders/groups or a master calendar function to help organize what will soon be a very busy view.

    Some background…

    We have six departments (Spaces) in our Wrike account. Our goal is to keep transparency a priority however each area has its priorities on what is front and center for their business needs. We all agree that the Calendar feature is great and being able to layer calendars really brings value. We are new to Wrike and concerned that this transparency will look like noise very quickly. An example, each department would like to have a calendar of their important dates. We would share these with everyone and so all would see six important dates calendars. Each having a different color is great in that we can layer them and clearly see a Student Finance item from a Financial Aid item. All is good, but it would be great if I could collapse those six into one folder or one master important dates calendar.  We could all add our data to the same calendar but then we would lose the ability to just see items for our department and wouldn’t have a different color for each department.

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    Elaine

    Hi all, thanks very much for your comments and input here! 

    Once this post reaches 60+ votes, we'll be able to add a status. In the meantime, we have passed on your interest in this to our Product Team. If you need anything else let us know 🙂

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