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Put a task in my *own* Incoming tab in Inbox - how to trigger that?

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    Ryan Nelson

    Hi Jamie,

    Do you use Dashboard Widgets?  If so you may want to look at creating a dashboard and using the pre made widgets to set up, All your tasks, Tasks Do today/this week, and a Over Due Task. If you want to know how to do this let me know and I can point you in the right direction. 

    Thanks,

    Ryan

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    Kelli Carner

    So for clarity was the answer to this a "no"?  I'm learning the app so that I can build processes and teach our our "employee"  (new tiny company of 3) who has never used a collaboration tool before.  I wanted to mock up some incoming things in my inbox for the demo on 'expectations for inbox management'.  I can work around this by incorporating him sending me things as an interactive demo, but it doesn't have a way to do this yourself?

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    Ryan Nelson

    For this tagging yourself so that it appears in your inbox I would say is a no. You can star tasks and it would appear in your Starred section of your inbox.It is basically like tagging yourself. 

     

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    Jamie Adler

    @Ryan Nelson,

    Thanks for trying to help.

    Yes, I use Dashboard Widgets - but the Dashboard functionality is plagued with its own set of issues.

    I have lots of dashboards - in fact I've hit the LIMIT (and the fact that there is a limit really sucks).

    The widget's filtering tools are simply not powerful enough to hone in on one set of priorities for my hundreds of tasks that come from hundreds of folders.

    That is why I really need the Inbox to be more powerful. 

    And yes, I "star" things in my Inbox - but a star just makes everything the same priority... only helpful when I really, really want to surface key tasks to remember (or, more accurately, not ignore them).

    I need a really, really simple change to Wrike's functionality: Let ME do what every other user in my organization can already do: Trigger arrival of a Task in MY Inbox's Incoming List! 

    Wrike - please give me some 💪.

    Check out how Slack allows you to 'talk to yourself' with message posts to your own user, and the Slackbot.

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    Lisa

    Hey guys, great discussion here! 

    @Jamie, I thought of creating a folder of your own and tagging all important tasks there. I understand it's not ideal, of course. What do you think? 

    I'd suggest creating a Product Feedback post for this, or I can move this thread there for you. Please let me know 🤝

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