Wrike's Real-time Collaborative Editor Gets Empowered with Change-Tracking
Providing 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. Providing 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.

The history of task description edits can be easily tracked in the Activity Stream. A click on the update notification shows you the details with all the changes underlined in a different color.


Another hip feature helps you view the aggregated history of task description changes (1). And that’s not all: now you also get a chance to revert to an earlier version of the task description at any time (2). Thus, if someone occasionally edited the part that seemed perfect to you, you can restore it with a mouse click.

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Please note that the revision feature only works for the updates that were made in the past few weeks. Hurry up to check it out. Who knows, maybe some of the texts were edited while you were reading this post ;-)


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