Tag Your Tasks Created Via Email in a More Natural Way

When you create a task in Wrike via e-mail, you use tags to set the task due date and put the task in to the right folder. Now, there are more tags at your disposal:

• To set the task’s due date, type it in the "by MM/DD" format at the end of the e-mail subject. Or, “by MM/DD” if you set another date format in your account.



If the year is not specified in your email, the task will be scheduled for the current year. When you need to schedule a task for another year, you can explicitly specify it in the subject in the following format:  “by MM/DD/YY” or  “by MM/DD/YYYY” or in the international format, if you set it in your account (“by DD/MM/YY” or  “by DD/MM/YYYY”).

 

To set the task’s start and due dates, type them in the “by MM/DD-MM/DD” format at the end of the e-mail subject. Or, “by MM/DD-MM/DD” if you set another date format in your account. Based on the start date and due date, Wrike automatically calculates the task's duration.





• To put the task in to the right folder, separate the folder name from the task name with a double-colon. If you want to put the task in many folders, you can separate their names by commas or by a double-colon.

 


As previously, you can use square brackets for the task’s due date and folder names.

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