Import From Wrike
Importing from Wrike
It seems it is currently impossible to import projects and project attributes (start date, end date, owner, description etc) on the project level from Wrike . Currently it is only possible to import all tasks data from Wrike into Restya Core.
How Long Does an Import Take?
Starting the import process generally takes 2 to 10 minutes. After you've confirmed the import, the actual importing time can vary between 1 minute to a few hours. This is entirely based on how much data you have in Wrike as well as Wrike's rate limits.
Since Wrike does rate limit the import, we have to throttle the speed to ensure we don't hit the rate limit.
We'll send you an email as soon as your import is done!
Then, import your Wrike projects into the Restya Core projects workspace you already created.
How to start an Import from Wrike
- Select Projects > Add project .
- Select Import section
- Click the Wrike radio button
- Select from Wrike exported data file.
After selecting the Wrike json file, Restya Core import your Wrike data, you'll be presented with three steps.
Step 1: Choose Workflow to Import
After selecting the Wrike file, its move to the next step of choosing the workflow
- Select the workflow from the select box, Restya Core provides autocomplete with a search option for the user to find the accurate workflow.
Step 2: Mapping Tasks
On the left side, you'll see all projects from Wrike.
On the right side is how you're mapping into Restya Core.
You can import:
Subtasks: We will import all subtasks included nested subtasks as subtasks to the parent task.
Wrike users to Restya Core users in order to preserve assignees, history, and task activity. Automatically Restya Core import all the Wrike users will be imported.
This option allows you to import all tasks into Restya Core. Generally, Importing all of your tasks - you can reference all past history and attachments in Restya Core. Most people do want to import attachments from Wrike. So, Restya core import all the attachments, Unfortunately, Wrike does not provide a way to calculate how much data is in your attachments, so you'll only know after the import has been completed.
Step 3: Import Wrike Project
After mapping the Tasks, Click on the import button, We'll send you an email as soon as your Wrike import is done. You will see the imported project on the Restya Core workspace after got the mail.
- Select Projects from the left sidebar.
- Imported projects listed on the projects page
- Click on the board view to see the overall tasks, users, and other imported data.
This option is recommended for all related projects of Wrike from Restya Core.
We recommend importing related projects into the same Space in Restya Core. This keeps your workflows organized and easy to navigate.