Hi there! 👋
It’s time to discuss use cases again!
Today, we’d like to walk you through the Creative Team template and how you can use it 👍
- Use Case: Creative team.
- Can be used by: Creative team.
- How to launch: From the space creation dialogue.
- Functionality used: Projects, folders, tasks.
- What’s inside: Sample folders for Intake, Campaigns, and Asset Templates, subfolders, and tasks.
- Additional resources:
- Creative brief guide
- Why Collaboration Within Creative Teams is Key for Success in Wrike blog
- 17 Books (and Videos) to Inspire Creative Teams in Wrike blog
This use case comes with sample folders for Intake, Campaigns, and Asset Templates.
Intake: Use this folder to gather requests for creative assets creation. You can add a request form to make the intake process more efficient. Once a new project is created for your Creative Team, you can keep it here while you gather all info and approve the project.
Campaigns: Once you have all the details and the requested project is approved, you can move it to this folder where all ongoing projects or campaigns are located. A sample project in this template includes separate folders for documents, execution and assets, and reporting and measurements. This way, it’s easier to navigate and never lose track of the campaign’s progress.
Asset Templates: This use case template also comes with useful ready-to-use projects like Banner Ad, Brochure, E-Mail, and Infographic.
How does your Creative team use Wrike? Would this use case template be helpful for you? Please share below, along with any tips you have for your colleagues in Creative teams 👇
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