ClickUp integration overview
Use Reclaim's ClickUp integration to sync tasks between ClickUp and Reclaim
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Written by Henry Shapiro
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ClickUp Configuration

ClickUp allows the enabling/disabling of ‘ClickApps’ at the Space level within their product. Reclaim relies on several of these to be enabled in order for ClickUp tasks to be scheduled via Reclaim:

  • Tags

  • Time Estimates

  • Time Tracking

Note: Some ClickApps add functionality which Reclaim does not support yet. In particular, ClickUp Spaces are often configured to support multiple assignees on one task. Reclaim will only evaluate the first assignee in the list of assignees it sees when syncing tasks.

Set up the ClickUp integration

  1. Click Connect ClickUp on the ClickUp integration card.

  2. Select the Workspaces to sync tasks to Reclaim.

  3. Click Connect Workspace to allow Reclaim access to those workspaces.

  4. You'll be redirected back to ClickUp integration's settings page in Reclaim.

ClickUp task population requirements

Reclaim needs several fields of a ClickUp task to be populated before it has enough information to schedule it for you:


The task needs to be assigned to a user (generally yourself) who has the Reclaim integration enabled for Reclaim to know whose Reclaim account (and calendar) to use.

Start and End dates

The task needs a start and end date set to create a time window within which to schedule the task.

Time Estimate

The task needs the estimate populated so Reclaim can know how much time to schedule.

How Reclaim Tasks display in synced ClickUp tasks

When Reclaim syncs a ClickUp task, it adds a comment to the task with a link to the Reclaim Task and the date/time for the associated calendar event. As time burns down in Reclaim for that task, the comment text is updated to reflect that progress, as well as to indicate whether the task is at risk based on the due date you may have selected in ClickUp.

Any ClickUp task that has been synced as a Task in Reclaim will look like this:

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