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Linking Adobe Files With Wrike Tasks

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Overview

When you link a file to a Wrike task:

  • You upload a preview of your file to the selected task.

  • You create a link that allows you to access the latest version of the file from the extension.

Link a new image with Wrike

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  1. Open a file in Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign.

  2. Open Wrike's Extension for Adobe Creative Cloud.

  3. Click the drop-down arrow to the left of a task’s name (1).

  4. Click Add to task (2). (You may be prompted to save your file if you haven’t done so already.) If the project you're working on has more than one artboard or page you'll choose which ones to upload (or upload all of them).

A PNG or PDF version of your file is attached to the task. If you're in Adobe, you can click an image thumbnail from the extension to open the file in Adobe.

Open an image already in Wrike

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  1. Open Wrike's Extension for Adobe Creative Cloud.

  2. Click the drop-down arrow to the left of a task’s name (1).

  3. Click the thumbnail of the image you want to open (2). (You'll see the prompt Open linked file appear when you hover over the image.) If the project you're working on has more than one artboard or page, you'll choose which ones to upload (or upload all of them).

The image is now linked. You can make changes to the image in Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign and update it through the extension to add a new version of the file to Wrike as a PNG file (or PDF for InDesign).

Update a linked image

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Once an image is linked you can quickly update the attached file whenever necessary.

  1. Open the linked image in Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign. You can do this by:

    • Clicking File, Open from Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign, and selecting the linked image.

    • Clicking the drop-down arrow next to a task’s name in the extension and then clicking the thumbnail of the image you want to update. (You'll see the prompt Open over the image thumbnail.)

  2. Edit the image in Photoshop or Illustrator as you normally would.

  3. Click the thumbnail of the image on the extension. (You'll see the prompt Update over the image thumbnail.)

A new version of the image is uploaded to Wrike.

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