Redesigned File Panel: Document Management Made Even Handier
Can 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.Can 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.

While redesigning the file panel, one of the top priorities we had in mind was making it more compact, yet more visual:

1) Now, even if there are dozens of files attached to a task, they don’t push recent discussions out of the screen. You can see just the latest attachments, while the rest of the list is collapsed. And if you need to focus on files, simply click on the “more” button to the right of the attachment list. 


2) In the expanded view of the file panel, all images have previews, so it’s much easier to spot the one you need. By hovering over a file, you can see its previous versions and attach a new one. 

wrike redesigned task attachments panel

Just like before, you can see who is editing a file (if this is an MS Office or OpenOffice document) and, therefore, avoid version conflicts.

Check out the redesigned task attachments panel and share your experience with us! 
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