If you’re a subscriber to Wrike project management software, you don’t need me to tell you how simple and effective their online productivity tool is. But while you might think that you’re using all of its features, there may be some functions you are not aware of that could further benefit you and your team. Some features are built into your subscription and others are free. Firstly though, for those not yet using Wrike, let’s take a look at what this software for task management can do.
What is Wrike?
Wrike is an online productivity tool that gives professionals across a massive spectrum of industries a tool for project planning, workflow building, task assignment and delegation as well as Gantt chart software, which allows you to see your tasks on a timeline .
From marketing professionals to product development teams, Wrike has enabled huge increases in team productivity and collaboration. Let’s have a look at some additional features that come with Wrike, some which current users may not be aware of:
Wrike recognised pretty quickly that having a mobile app to complement their online software was essential, and it was for this reason that they developed both iOS and Android versions of their project management tool. These mobile apps boast of the very same functionality as the browser-based tool, with a fantastic, easy-to-use UI. And the mobile apps now allow you to manage workflow and analyze stats, no matter where you are.
Integration With Other Software
Wrike integrates extremely well with other software, with one complementing the other. For example: Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, or Dropbox can be used to attach documents pertinent to a project. Or: the Two-way Sync with JIRA allows your developers to keep using JIRA for their programming work, but still receive tasks from other team members using Wrike.
Google Apps, Microsoft Office Suite, Okta, and many other popular applications can be integrated within Wrike, for an awesome user experience.
Free Training Materials
Wrike offers many free training options to help educate customers, not only on the product itself, but also in matters such as personal or team productivity and even effective marketing. They offer a YouTube channel that gives comprehensive overviews of the product as well as a blog on project management and productivity for those looking to improve how they work.
And if that’s not enough info to whet your appetite, Wrike has a large amount of e-books available to download for free, on a range of different management, productivity, and marketing topics. So if you want to know more about project management, marketing, team management and effective productivity methods (and many more), Wrike has a free e-book waiting for you.
Those are just a few examples of the additional benefits that come with being a Wrike user. This is merely scratching the surface really, with the main benefit being the usability of the service itself of course. It really is worth checking out. And if you’re not a user yet, it’s time to sign up for a free trial so you can test the power of Wrike.