Each day, Wrike welcomes new customers from all over the world, and we are working hard to make it a perfect workplace for all of you. Today international users can change the local time for receiving to-do e-mails, adjust the date format and configure the start day of their week according to their country’s local practice.
“Oh, do they differ?” you may ask. Interestingly enough, the calendar week starts on Sundays in North America, on Saturdays in many Arabic countries and Mondays in the rest of the world.
So no matter where you are from, now you can see the calendars and timelines in Wrike in the way that’s most common for you. The first week day will apply to:
- calendar date-pickers when scheduling tasks,
- the view of business days and weekends on your Gantt chart, and
- the timeline in the workload view.
To configure your calendar format, change your profile settings:
1. Click on your name in the right-hand corner of Wrike’s workspace.
2. Go to your profile.
3. And configure the week’s starting day to your needs, whether it’s Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
Even if your week seems to never end, thus it has no start, cheer up and try out this new tweak in Wrike!
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