Task dependencies, an important project management feature, have been launched this week. Wrike automatically links tasks so that a rescheduling of a top task cascades down to its dependent tasks, immediately displaying the downstream effects on the entire project. This results in a far more accurate and maintainable project plan. Watch a demo of task dependencies in action.
How task dependencies work.
- Log into your Wrike workspace.
- Switch to the Timeline tab.
- Expand folders if necessary.
- Point the cursor over the top right corner of the task bar. A small triangle appears.
- Create a dependency using the drag-and-drop support. Click on the triangle and drag the line to the dependent task.
- If you are a Wrike user and you don’t have an enterprise subscription, Wrike gives you an option to upgrade to an enterprise subscription.
Task dependencies are available to you with an enterprise subscription. We welcome you to upgrade your account and instantly benefit from task dependencies.
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