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Wrike Summary Tasks Don't Match Subtasks

If you import tasks and subtasks from Wrike into OnePager, you may observe a situation where the sub-task begins before the parent task begins, or ends after the parent task ends. This is because parent tasks in Wrike do not automatically update their own dates when the dates of their children change:

In the example above, look at line six of the Wrike project, where the subtask highlighted in yellow has a Due Date of May 15, 2023. Then, look up at the rest of the tasks in the hierarchy and notice that their Due Dates are either earlier than the subtask or not set at all.

Wrike users can opt to re-schedule summary tasks so that the dates align with their children, but only in cases where dependencies are not present.

Last Updated: May 15, 2023