Table 115. Availability - Legacy plans
Table 116. Availability
Any users except for collaborators can change project status if they have a full or editor access role.
Use project statuses to indicate how your project is progressing. As your project advances, update it with the relevant status. The status you choose will be displayed in the status field and changed to the relevant color.
Professional and Free accounts have five default statuses:
Business and Enterprise accounts can set their project to have any of their custom workflows.
By default new projects are created with the New status, or the first status in the custom workflow you assigned the project.
There are several ways to change project status in Wrike:
From the project info panel click the status field and choose from the drop-down menu. Click the tick box to mark the project as complete.
Navigate to the space where the project is located and right-click the project from the left-hand panel. Next, select Change status from the list and choose a status from the drop-down menu.
In Table view right-click the relevant project, select Mark as, and choose a status from the drop-down menu.
In List view right-click the relevant project, select Mark as,and choose a status from the drop-down menu.
All of these methods give Business and Enterprise users the option to change the workflow of one of their custom workflows.
You can filter out completed and canceled projects so they don't clutter the left-hand navigation in a space. Hover over Projects and folders, click the three-dot menu 1 that appears and select which projects you want to show up in the left-hand panel 2.