Wrike automatically reschedules tasks that overlap with non-working days in the assignee’s work schedule.
Task duration remains intact (i.e., the length of time allotted for a task).
Task dates shift forward. The number of days shifted depends on the number of non-working days.
Only active tasks scheduled for the future are rescheduled.
If a task has multiple assignees, task dates will only shift if all assignees have non-working day(s) during the task's scheduled dates.
Tasks with no assignees won't be rescheduled.
Wrike warns you about automatic rescheduling when you add an exception to your work schedule. Wrike also warns your teammates about the date shift when they assign tasks to you.
You can enable the Work on Weekends option if you want a task to span all days, including non-working days.