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Wrike is a flexible project management and collaboration platform that enables you to organize your projects, tasks, plans and discussions. It helps you sync your team’s efforts and track your work progress in real time.

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Wrike Features

  • To-do list style team project management
  • Manage personal and team tasks together in a customizable dashboard
  • View tasks in list, spreadsheet, Gantt chart, or calendar views
  • Export tasks to a calendar to view in any calendar app
  • Rich text document editor on every list
  • Track time spent on tasks
  • iOS and Android apps available

Wrike Pricing

  • Free plan for 5 users with core features for task management and file sharing
  • $9.80/month per user Professional plan for 5, 10, or 15 users together for subtasks, gantt charts, sharable dashboards, and advanced integrations
  • $24.80/month per user Business plan for 5 to 200 users with Professional features plus real-time reports with templates, custom fields, workflows, time tracking, and custom branding
  • Enterprise plan available with custom pricing for larger teams with Business features and 2-factor authentication, active directory integration, user audit reports, and more

all plans billed annually

Last updated December 22, 2017. Please visit the official site for the most up-to-date information.

Wrike Review

Spreadsheets are just a digital sheet of tabulated data, not exactly the ideal place to manage your team's projects. With no space for comments, no reminders for due dates, and no way to attach files or track time or do any of the other dozens of things you'd expect in a project management tool, they're limited and dated at best. And yet, they're infinitely customizable, with all the columns and filters you could want. It's hard to find a better way to organize a complex project, when you need more than standard checkboxes and labels offer.

That's where Wrike's customizable, spreadsheet-like project management fits so perfectly. It's just your standard team to-do lists, organized into folders with comments and tags and more. Add start dates and due dates, assign tasks to your team, and even write rich-text document inside tasks and share them with anyone. Then, click the Table view button, and your tasks are transformed into a spreadsheet-like list, with each option listed in columns. For more options, with an enterprise plan, you can then add new columns to track anything else you want: budget, custom status, and much more. And if you want, you can then visualize all of that data in a Gantt chart, dependency view, or a customized report.

Tasks in Wrike can be as detailed or simple as you want. To get started in a new project quickly, just type out your tasks, press enter, then enter your next tasks one after the other. Drag to reorder them, click the calendar to add a due date or date range and set the duration, or click the checkbox to mark them as complete. For everything else, click on the task to open it in a new pane, where you can add a full description in rich text, track time spent on the task, add dependencies to the task, attach file or start new Google Docs, write comments, share a link to the task, and more. There's priority, recurring tasks, and even an option to request a status update from the person the task is assigned to. And instead of checking the task off, click the down arrow beside the checkbox to change its status—to completed, perhaps, or delayed, deferred, or canceled. And, of course, there's all the extra columns you can add in spreadsheet view, to track anything you want about your tasks.

Keeping things organized is easy, too. You can keep your lists in folders, with an entire hierarchy to specify your workflows and needs. Then, you can duplicate folders—an easy way to copy workflows for new projects—set their color and team members, or turn them into a project in a click. Or, you can keep the private—a perfect way to manage private and public tasks together.

Everything that's assigned to you will then show up on your dashboard, with customizable widgets to show how much time you need to spend on tasks to due date panes that let you quickly reschedule tasks as needed. You can filter tasks based on any property, to get a list of just certain things, or turn any list into a calendar feed with the data you want, to keep up with your projects on the go.

With its spreadsheet views and filters, Wrike is a bit more free-form than your standard project management tools. It's flexible enough to fit your projects, while retaining the project management tools you need to keep on top of tasks and not let anything fall though the cracks.


Reviewed by Matthew Guay, Zapier. Last updated March 11, 2016.

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