Wrike Lightspeed FAQ
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Wrike Lightspeed is your current Wrike workspace but with improved views, new capabilities, and design enhancements. It’s a combination of what you love about Wrike, with some improved functionality, as well as brand new additions like Chart view.
Wrike Lightspeed is tailor-made for teams, departments, and entire organisations to collaborate seamlessly. Launching with a sleek UI and a fully connected experience, it's a giant leap forward from the previous version of Wrike.
Not yet. For now, if you’re using Wrike Lightspeed be sure to check out our Wrike Lightspeed Help Center section for information on all of the new features and enhancements. For the rest of the Help Center, content will be updated in phases to align with the Wrike Lightspeed rollout.
Note: This means that your workspace may look slightly different from what you currently see in a given Help Center article depending on which version of Wrike you're account is running (Wrike Lightspeed enabled or not).
With that said, if something here is causing you confusion, please do let us know now via the 'Was this article helpful?' survey at the bottom of the Help Center page in question.
We started introducing Wrike Lightspeed to new accounts in October 2022 and started switching all existing accounts in July 2023 - a process that will be completed over the course of some weeks. If your account isn't updated yet, you can enable Wrike Lightspeed for your workspace via the Wrike Lightspeed toggle.
We will notify all account admins and owners about the migration of individual accounts in advance through your Wrike Account team. Regular users will also be notified two weeks in advance via email and in-app notifications. Still have questions? Feel free to reach out to your Account Manager, Customer Success Manager, or our Support team. We're here to help!
Wrike Lightspeed is our newly updated platform that helps you do your best work with ease. It includes multiple innovations and design improvements, including an all-in-one navigation panel in the newly customizable left-hand sidebar for quick and easy access to your most important work. It focuses on a reimagined user experience, and the features that are updated as part of its release are:
We’re constantly evolving and enhancing Wrike. With that in mind, the current views will give you a good idea of the direction we’re taking with these updates, but there will be more tweaks in the coming weeks and months. To stay up to date, be sure to follow our Community Weekly Release Notes forum.
List view, as well as the previous version of Table view, are being merged into one - the New Table view. This updated view combines a task list with filters, sorting, and mass actions with a spreadsheet-like table with enhanced functionality. To help with the transition, we will be retaining List view for a bit longer and we'll keep you posted on availability in the Community Release Notes.
As we fully implement Wrike Lightspeed across all accounts, a return to the previous views won't be possible. However, we understand the need for a period of adjustment. With this in mind, we're retaining some views such as the List view for a bit longer to help smooth the transition. Keep an eye on the Community Release Notes for more information on this in the coming months.
Chart view is currently available in all Wrike accounts created after August 15, 2023, as well as accounts already rolled-out to Wrike Lightspeed. For other cases, you can enable it in Wrike Labs for your individual workspace.
To make sure you can access all your work in one navigation panel, we have moved your spaces, tools, and the pinned section to the left-hand sidebar for quick and easy access. You can now also customize the sidebar - you can set it up to only show the most used tools and hide the ones you don’t need that often, as well as customize the list of your spaces. The sidebar replaces the Home page to reduce the number of clicks and time you need to navigate to your work.
Head to our Community to chat with other Wrike users or directly with Wrike’s Community team.