That way you get the option to populate the parent task dates with the total duration from the sub-tasks.
Hello readers, In this post I will take an extensive look at a set of fields that report progress in the schedule. And if they didn’t, act on that: Manage by exception!
It would be nice if Wrike could have a check box at the parent task level next to the date picker that says "rollup from subtasks" or something like that.We can now see the Complete Through date in the Screen Tip box displayed by holding the mouse pointer over a summary task progress bar drawn from the Actual Start date to the Complete Through date on the Gantt Chart, as shown below (the actual start date is It is important to note that Project would warn us about the incomplete zero-duration milestones by creating a one-percent difference in the value of the %Complete field when all the subtasks have been completed. enter 100%) to see 100% in the %Complete field at the corresponding summary level.The above manual calculations or the formulas do not reflect this behavior.I really like using 1 level deep sub-tasks for granular task assignments/actions that need to be completed.However, when updating the dates/duration of the subtasks, the parent dates do not update.Here is a reflection of that noted down in a few screenshots: Start of fist example of % complete field in MS Project 2013 " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ fit=660,28" class="alignnone wp-image-884 size-large" src="https://i1com/theprojectcornerblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/before-progress-on-percent-complete-1-1024x43.png? resize=660,28" alt="Before progress on Percent complete in microsoft project" srcset="https://i0com/