Occasionally we write blog posts where multiple people contribute. Since our idea of having a gladiator arena where contributors would fight to the death to win total authorship wasn’t approved by HR, this was the compromise.
The Wrike Help Center has a fresh new look — and a brand new user forum! Looking for someplace to talk Folder structure, creating real-time Reports, new user training, and more? Join the new Wrike Community and connect with other Wrike users. You can: Ask questions. Post your question in the user forums to get a quick answer from either a fellow Wriker, or from a member of the Wrike Team. Find answers and advice. Simultaneously search Knowledge Base articles and Wrike Community posts to quickly find the information you need, without having to submit a support ticket. Learn best practices. Communicate directly with other teams like yours to find out how others are using Wrike, share templates and reports, and get the most out of the tool. Stay up to date on the latest Wrike news. Read all about the latest features and fixes in weekly Release Notes. To get started, simply visit the Wrike Community. Check out the newly redesigned Help Center now, and let us know what you think in the comments below!
We launched the Wrike Productivity Tour in March with the goal of giving both new Wrikers and power users the opportunity to learn from customers and internal Wrike experts. After stops in San Jose, Seattle, and Los Angeles, we wrapped up the first leg of our nationwide tour with a successful event in New York City. Event Highlights The New York event featured great conversations, networking, and customer panels presented before a full crowd. Customers Etsy, Gwynnie Bee, Motivate International, and Criteo shared their best practices for adopting and using Wrike. Members of the Wrike executive team, product experts, and productivity professionals shared resources to help attendees get the most out of their work management solution. Breakout sessions allowed attendees to discuss their specific use cases with Wrike team members and fellow users. A networking session after the event let everyone mingle, ask questions, and of course grab some drinks and a bite to eat. If you’d like to see the customer panel presentations and breakout sessions, you can view them on the New York Productivity Tour Community thread. Next Stop: A City Near You Thanks to all of you who attended — we loved meeting you! Want the Wrike Productivity Tour to make a stop in your city? Leave a comment below and tell us where we should start the next leg of our tour.
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