New Backup Feature Lets You Save a Local Copy of Work

Thousands of teams across the globe, including ones from Fortune 500 companies, rely on Wrike in managing their projects. We value your trust the most, and that’s why we are running a real-time database replication, so your data is backed up nearly every second. You can read more on this here. However, we understand that some of you might just feel more comfortable having a local copy of your work. Also, we know that a system backup might be even a mandatory requirement for the enterprise users to get the management to approve the use of  Wrike. Your peace of mind is a high priority for us, and today we are glad to meet your requests and introduce the new feature for replicating and storing work from Wrike locally.Thousands of teams across the globe, including ones from Fortune 500 companies, rely on Wrike in managing their projects. We value your trust the most, and that’s why we are running a real-time database replication, so your data is backed up nearly every second. You can read more on this here. However, we understand that some of you might just feel more comfortable having a local copy of your work. Also, we know that a system backup might be even a mandatory requirement for the enterprise users to get the management to approve the use of  Wrike. Your peace of mind is a high priority for us, and today we are glad to meet your requests and introduce the new feature for replicating and storing work from Wrike locally.

If you are a Wrike account administrator, simply go to your account settings by clicking on your name in the upper right-hand corner of the workspace. Then, in the Account management tab, click on the “Backup” button. This way, you’ll be able to save a copy of all the data that is shared with you in Wrike project management software at your local drive.
On top of this, you also may use our time-honored export to Excel feature. With its help, you can easily export all your tasks with their statuses, priorities, dependencies, assignees, start dates and due dates in the Excel format.  

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