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Wrike and Slack Integration

Table 214. Availability - Legacy plans


Wrike's integration with Slack is available for users (including collaborators) on all account types (including Free).

Using the Slack and Wrike integration, you can:

  • Receive Wrike notifications in Slack.

  • Create Wrike tasks from Slack.

  • Preview tasks, folders, and projects in your channels and conversations.

How it works: When you post Wrike URLs in a channel (including threads) a preview with task, folder, or project details is automatically generated.


The preview is shared with anyone in the channel/conversation, even if they don't have access to the item. If you don't want everyone in the channel to see the preview, hover over it, click the x icon to the left of the preview, and click Remove.

Enable the integration

  1. Click your profile picture in the upper right-hand corner of the Wrike workspace.

  2. Select Apps & Integrations.

  3. Select Wrike App for Slack from the list of apps. You can use search to find it.

  4. Click Enable.

  5. Next, you'll be asked to sign in to your workspace in Slack. if you're already signed in, you'll be asked to allow Wrike to access your Slack workspace. Click Allow.

After you've completed the process, you'll see Wrike Bot added to your Slack workspace.


Once one person enables the integration for themselves, Wrike’s Slack integration becomes partially enabled for all users who are part of that Slack account. This means that all users in the account (or specific channels) will see tasks, folders, and projects details in Slack right away. However, each user needs to enable the integration for it to become fully enabled for them (to receive notifications and create tasks).

To disable the integration follow Steps 1–4 above and click Disable.