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Published by Nadia | Thursday, 04 April, 2013Providing a detailed task description is crucial if you want to get the task done right. Real-time collaborative editing of text and tables lets your team work simultaneously, quickly and accurately. But what if some important changes were made to the task description while you were offline? Wrike’s new change-tracking feature leaves no room for guessing games. At any time, you can see exactly what was added, edited or removed by each of the contributors, be that a single word, a table cell, or even a whole paragraph and a massive table fragment. Read more...
Published by Nadia | Wednesday, 20 February, 2013Can you imagine collaborating on your tasks and projects without regularly sharing and iterating on documents, images, spreadsheets and presentations? Neither can we! With plenty of options for attaching files to tasks (from your computer, Google Drive and Dropbox), we decided it’s high time to make document management in Wrike even handier. So starting today, you can enjoy the new look and feel of the file panel in Wrike tasks. Let’s see what we’ve improved. Read more...
Published by Vera | Tuesday, 27 November, 2012Looks like it’s document management month in Wrike! Before you could say wow, we’ve added one more file management feature on the heels of our recently launched Dropbox integration. Now, when someone is working on an MS Office document right from Wrike without downloading it, you can instantly see who exactly is doing this. Your colleague’s name appears next to the file title in the task’s attachment list. Let’s see when it can be helpful for you. Read more...
Published by Irene | Monday, 19 November, 2012Just a couple of days ago, Dropbox announced the release of a cool new feature called “Chooser”. The idea behind this update is to facilitate sharing Dropbox files through other apps. Integrating with this popular sharing tool has been on our roadmap for quite some time, so we were overjoyed by the announcement! Right after the feature was announced, we jumped at the opportunity, and today you can already enjoy the convenience of attaching Dropbox files directly to tasks and folders in Wrike with a few mouse clicks.