December 22, 2011 update:
We have released a new Outlook Add-in! Information in this post may not be correct. Please read our post about the new, improved Wrike Outlook Add-in to get the most up-to-date details.
Contact Support if you have any questions.

Wrike’s frictionless integration with other ubiquitous tools you use in your work is one of the core things that make it so friendly and easy to use. According to the feedback that we receive from you, Outlook sync is a popular feature that many of you enjoy using. This week, we’ve enhanced it with a very important project management update – we’ve released a new version of the add-in for those of you who use the 64bit version of Outlook 2010.

To download this add-in, simply click on the “Sync” link in your Wrike workspace and download the Outlook add-in from that page. After you’ve gone through the download and installation process, you’ll need to fill in your login information and adjust the sync settings between Outlook and Wrike: frequency, direction, etc. If you have any doubts, these help pages will guide you through the process step by step.   

Getting your tasks automatically synced between Outlook and Wrike will connect your work into one big picture. Thus, you’ll have a clear overview of your most important tasks in both apps at any time, which will make you more efficient in getting things done.

Do you have any questions or suggestions about Wrike’s Outlook sync? Don’t hesitate to drop us a note in the comments or Contact Support.