Neil Robinson at Lanzen Strategy analyzed the most prominent updates of Wrike’s new version, which brought the power of social networks into project management. Neil said that Wrike’s rich features “give the project management and the team the opportunity to understand issues without recourse to a lengthy, time wasting and disruptive meeting.”

Wrike’s big releases also got the attention of influential tech blogs. Simon Mackie at GigaOM reviewed Wrike’s powerful social features and concluded that Wrike is “a very capable online project management tool.” Later, when we unveiled our API in December, Leena Rao wrote about this news in TechCrunch.

Gabriela Warren at named Wrike as one of the best online collaboration tools. Gabriela’s two favorite features of Wrike were the email integration and the Gantt chart: “Once you create a project, you can choose to display the timeline in days, weeks, months, quarters or even years, so reporting for any given period becomes very easy.” By the way, at you can not only read Gabriela’s review, but also vote for Wrike as the best service for project management and collaboration until February 4!

Thanks to everyone for all your comments! A lot of great updates are in the pipeline in the next few months, so we hope to read more reviews soon.