Wrike: Get tasks

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Use this action to search all tasks in a Wrike account or folder, and output results in a data table.

How to configure this action

This action requires a preconfigured Wrike integration. For more information on integrating Catalytic with other systems, please refer to the Integrations section of our help documentation.

To return all tasks, leave the action configuration empty. To filter by specific attributes, like Title or Status, fill out the fields you wish to filter by. The more fields provided, the more specific the search will be.

Fields for this action

  • Folder ID

    • Enter the Wrike Folder ID corresponding to the folder you wish to filter by.
      • To find the folder ID, select the folder, select the Table view, select add column and add ID.
  • Title

    • Enter a title for the Wrike task.
  • Type

    • Type of the task to filter by, for example Backlog, Milestone, or Planned.
  • Status

    • Enter the status to filter by, such as Active, Completed, Deferred, or Cancelled.
  • Importance

    • Enter the importance to filter by, such as High, Normal, or Low.
  • Responsibles

    • Specify the Wrike user ID’s set as responsible to filter by. Enter the user ID’s in a comma separated list.
  • Start Date

    • Enter a start date to filter by. Date should be in YYYY-MM-DD format.
  • Due Date

    • Enter a due date to filter by. Date should be in YYYY-MM-DD format.
  • Output Field Prefix

    • To help keep output fields organized, choose an output field prefix to add to the beginning of each output field name as this action may output more than one field.
    • The step’s name is used as the prefix by default.

What will this output?

This action may generate multiple fields. To help keep output fields organized, the prefix above will be added to the beginning of each of the output field names, separated by two dashes. Each field will result as:{{output-field-prefix--output-field}}

This action outputs attributes like Title and Link for the first match, and stores all other matches and match attributes in a data table.

Output fields for this action

  • Data table

    • The Data table ID where all other matches are stored.
  • Number of tasks founds

    • The number of matching tasks.
  • First Match–Account ID

    • The account ID associated with the Wrike integration.
  • First Match–Created Date

    • The created date in 2019-02-27T22:58:21.145Z format
  • First Match–Importance

    • The importance of the first match, such as High, Normal, or Low.
    • The link to open the created task. Only accessible to users with appropriate access.
  • First Match–Priority

    • The ordering key that represents the tasks location in the task list. For example, 107c30008000000000009400
  • First Match–Task ID

    • The ID associated with the task.
  • First Match–Title

    • The title of the task.

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