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Published by Tim Chingos | Thursday, 17 July, 2014
Wrike has a lot of great functionality to discover. Some are in your face and easy to explore. But I argue that some of our best features are the ones you haven't noticed yet. Whether you're working on your first Wrike project or your 100th, make sure you experience these 5 awesome "A-ha!" moments while using Wrike. Read more...
Published by Tim Chingos | Wednesday, 09 July, 2014
Wrike tasks pack a lot of punch. Ideas about how an action item can be captured and executed are possible with fields for everything from duration and due date to task importance. However, the real magic lives in the feature-packed task description section. Because the task description works like word processing software, content marketing teams around the world are leveraging task descriptions to draft, edit, and update their writing on a daily basis. Here are 6 tips to improve your content collaboration efforts.
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Published by Lionel Valdellon | Thursday, 03 July, 2014
Have you ever needed to work on a Wrike task while referencing another task, and had to navigate back and forth between two tabs? Or have you ever had to implement edits to a task description based on comments at the very bottom of the task, forcing you to scroll up and down endlessly? Then this simple tutorial should make it easier for you. Read more...
Published by Emily Bonnie | Tuesday, 24 June, 2014
The way we work is rapidly evolving. Mobile technology and cloud services make distance meaningless — it’s easier than ever to connect with colleagues around the world and access work from any device, anywhere. But achieving fruitful collaboration with distributed teams is still fraught with challenges.  
If you're using Wrike to deal with remote teams, then we have 5 simple tips that can help optimize the situation and overcome the obstacles faced in remote work.
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Published by Tom Treanor | Thursday, 19 June, 2014
Marketing teams are under a lot of pressure to deliver. They are often under-staffed, expected to have delivered everything “yesterday," and need to be up on the latest tools and technologies. They may be virtual teams (sometimes in multiple geographies) and will usually work with outside consultants, designers or agencies. They need to keep pump a steady stream of qualified leads into the sales funnel while innovating in both earned and paid media. Here’s how I’ve structured the collaboration and workflow approach for my marketing team. Read more...
Published by Ashley Coolman | Wednesday, 18 June, 2014
As a creative digital marketing agency, Rotterdam-based Pixelfarm has been using Wrike for over a year to manage daily project work ranging from Facebook campaigns to website/mobile apps to creative pitches.

Because some projects require a quick turnaround, Pixelfarm chose Wrike as their main project management tool. But Pixelfarm wanted to utilize Wrike further by integrating budgeting and account management to get an even more efficient workflow. 
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Published by Emily Bonnie | Thursday, 12 June, 2014
On June 4th, we presented the latest webinar in our "How-to” series, which highlights specific Wrike features to help you master the tool and become a productivity pro. This month, we covered one of the most popular topics in our support chats: selective sharing in Wrike. If you missed the live presentation (or if you’d like to refresh your memory), you can now catch the webinar recording right here. Read more...
Published by Ashley Coolman | Wednesday, 11 June, 2014
One of our customers recently proclaimed, "Unless you have a tool like this, you won’t be successful in today’s world." That got us thinking... the brilliant startup idea and the enthusiastic workforce are only a few pieces of the puzzle. Startup business owners need software tools — SaaS or otherwise — to stay on top of the game. We asked ourselves: what tools do WE use that help us beat the competition? So, we've compiled a list for you of our 25 tools we use everyday at Wrike. Read more...
Published by Tim Chingos | Friday, 06 June, 2014
When done right, team meetings can be efficient and motivating. The goal is to ensure that time is well spent, the agenda is focused, and everyone walks away with clear action items and next steps.  As you know, Wrike is the perfect place to manage your tasks and projects. Through adding an extra layer of organization, you and your team can easily manage weekly work flow and run team meetings right from Wrike — hassle free. Read more...
Published by Tom | Tuesday, 03 June, 2014
The web is an amazing resource for education, research and discovery - if you know where (and how) to look. Of course, running a search on Google (or your favorite search engine) is one option for finding resources on project management or any other topic you’re exploring. But “page 1” of any search results page will show you links to pages housing content that search engine thinks is most relevant for your search - it may not be the best, newest, or most interesting content out there. Social media sites can provide a treasure trove of resources that are completely different from what you’ll find in the search engines. Read more...