I launched Wrike at our manufacturing company about 6 months ago. Initially, it was aimed to just track process improvement initiatives. Quickly I saw the potential of Wrike to be able to handle all kinds of projects, and I added tracking management projects, customer rejects, production approval, and maintenance items. In addition, I've added personal projects to my personal workspace. All that to say, there's a lot in Wrike now. We've organized this into 4 spaces (Process Improvement, Management, Customer Projects, and Knowledge Management), and the personal workspace.
Here's a handful of questions for the community:
- What are the ways you use to organize yourself to know what are the urgent projects?
- How do you keep your workspace organized? My To-Do list has become a cluster of projects from every source.
- Are there ways to organize the "my to-do" (or other dashboards) to group projects and keep it all organized?
- As we continue to add content, are there better ways to highlight urgency or highlight importance? There's little day-to-day stuff that is less critical than keeping some projects on time.