First I just want to say thank you for creating the backup tool with full support for attachments!
The tool is great, however my organization doesn’t have the time to develop our own visualization tool to make use of the backup files. Converting the json files to csv hasn’t been useful for tasks.json, especially with relating the comments and images/files within comments on tasks. It’s technically only a “data backup” of files that exist within our organization’s account. However, we would like to be able to use this backup of data to browse through previously closed/completed projects and folders.
I’ve tried a few different methods of visualizing the json files, but even with nested boxes it all doesn’t make sense and is full of IDs instead of actual task/comments/details etc. The entire collection of attachments only comes in a single folder all jumbled together.
I’m sure there has to be a way to take the existing browser display and then a large it to run locally on a persons machine with our backup files pasted somewhere for the html/whatever files to pull from. Ideally we would have an offline backup that displays in a web browser simulating the way a task displays with the comment history and relevant attachments.
If you would like to open a dialogue with me on ways to approach this please reach out. My organization has around 2000 tasks existing in just our US branch of our Wrike server, being able to use our backups as an actual backup is crucial for us.