Rob

Hi, the company I work for has told me I have to use Wrike, at the moment its the worst application I have ever seen in my life, its not intuitive and its a hindrance to my work, but I'm told I have no choice. So, could someone tell me how I can make this work? To begin with I would like to remove all the rubbish off the screen that I have no use for like the "Win stories" and the "welcome to Write" menus from the menus bar on the left hand side.

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Hi Rob-

Wrike is designed to show you whatever folders or projects are shared with you. If you work with your Wrike administrator to have them only share the work that's pertinent to your role it should clean up your view somewhat. 

Another option is to go into the Dashboard section and create a widget to pull in any tasks or work items assigned to you. If you work from that view you'll be more focused on your work assignments. 

Lastly, click the 'hamburger' three line menu in the upper right hand corner and it'll collapse the folder menu to get your more UI real estate. 

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Stephen

Great tips here Andy, thank you👍

@Rob, welcome to Wrike and the Community. To add to Andy's advice, I think the below articles will helpful starting out. If you have any questions, your Community is here to help 🙂

Building Blocks: Tasks, Folders and Projects
Navigate the Workspace
Sharing in Wrike
Communicating in Wrike
Wrike Tasks

 

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