Hot! Using Wrike – Some useful hints and tips

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Wrike is an internet-based software application that helps people to organize their work, such as emails, documents, etcwrike tasks in a single, central shareable location instead of across a range of distributed applications like mailboxes on personal laptops and different file servers, etc with the huge potential for loss of information and the associated difficulties with sharing.   Without an online tool like, it is not easy to manage projects and allow for real team collaboration.

As a solution, Wrike offers the ability to share and connect – allowing team members to collaborate on tasks, projects and documents through a central workspace, with quick and easy access via an internet connection. The market for such online tools is a busy one these days so companies like Wrike need to be on the ball with introducing new and useful features to keep their clients loyal.

With this in mind, Wrike takes feedback from its client base through its voting portal, where new suggestions can be wrike1posed.  As a result of customer suggestions, Wrike has previously introduced several new features including folder colour-coding and the ability to set the start day for the week (we don’t all start on Monday!!). Two new features introduced now include:

Print tasks from Wrike: sometimes we simply need a printed to-do list! Wrike now allows its users to print a task with its full description or, indeed, the entire task list. It’s easy – just click ‘Print’

See tasks in two folders: Wrike lets users put a single task in more than one folder letting you look at the same thing in different ways.  So, customers were asking: can we see tasks that are tagged with two different folders but at the same time?  The answer now is ‘yes’. Simply, choose the first folder. Next, enter the name of the second folder in the search box, using this format: folder: name, and the tasks that appear in both folders will be shown at the same time!  At the moment this only works for tasks in two folders but watch this space – Wrike are on the case with more improvements…

More on Wrike…

Wrike has been on the cloud-based project management scene for over five years now and is continually growing in popularity with a client base that stretches over 55 countries worldwide and includes small, large and non-profit making organisations.  Offering project management support, document management and other useful collaborative tools, Wrike has something to offer for most businesses and pockets.  Try it out for free for 15 days at


Jan Birley

Jan holds a PhD in computing and started out in software development and IT training. She built a strong career as a project and program manager focusing on IT in the Health Service sector. Jan specializes in taking greenfield and immature services/departments to effective business-as-usual operation and is currently responsible for the delivery of clinical assessment forms into a high profile clinical system. Jan has authored 100′s of articles on project-management related topics.


  1. Nice tips are given above but I have used wrike and I am not happy with this software. It doesn’t have good user interface and also lacks many features. Due to this now I switched to proofhub ( It is easy and intutive to use. Moreover it’s user interface is also very good.

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