Would love the ability to publish out a read-only version of my Dashboards to external/internal audiences that are non-Wrike users, in the same way that external forms work. Our external-facing forms are working wonderfully and serve as a great example of how this could work. For instance, our forms allow nurses and doctors who are too busy or have no interest in become Wrike users to still interact with us (IT department) by putting in simple requests from the web that instantly hit our work queues. It would be really nice though to close that feedback loop; by publishing the work-queue back to them in a read-only format so they can monitor the progression of their requests w/o needing to call us for updates. A good example might be like a Report Development request Queue. I could easily push this out to the web - published either by Priority or Status to end-users and they would have instant recognition that we are working on their projects in a timely manner, giving them both confidence that their requests are being worked on and a timeline to follow toward completion. It's very similar to how your sandwiches now get built at Panera or your pizzas at PizzaHut. You no longer need to ask the cashier "How much longer?", because you can see the status right on the board that says "in the oven..." This functionality would make Wrike so incredibly powerful as a communication tool to entire organizations at large who maybe only have a few departments that have adopted Wrike, because publishing web-dashboards create interest, increase transparency, and will likely attract new users as other departments inquire about the tool and request access to it themselves.
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