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Heather Hernandez

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  1. Community
  2. Best Practices
  3. [Use Case Marathon] Week 5 - Employee Training Program & Onboarding ✅

As a new employee I was totally lost inside of Wrike. I found that by using Wrike daily I was able to learn how it works.

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  2. Weekly Release Notes
  3. 🏞️ Releases - New Wrike Experience, Charts, Streams, Comparisons, and Recommendations (06/07/2021)

I like the AI Recommended Tasks

  1. Community
  2. Weekly Release Notes
  3. [From Wrike] What's New In Wrike - May 2021

The new Free Plan is pretty cool.

  1. Community
  2. Best Practices
  3. [Use Case Marathon] Week 4 - Product Launch in Wrike 🚀

I’m new to using Wrike so learning as much as I can!

  1. Community
  2. Remote Collaboration
  3. Company news

Interesting approach - so using Wrike instead of email for company news. I'm thinking that employees aren't expecting to get news that way, but it's good to explore this alternative approach which ...

  1. Community
  2. New to Community? Start here!
  3. [Welcome!] New to the Community? Introduce yourself! 👋

My name is Heather Hernandez and I’m a social media manager living in Houston, Texas

  1. Community
  2. Brought to You By Wrike
  3. [Best Practices] Using Backlogged Tasks to Your Advantage and Avoiding Backlog Land ☠️

Backlog is never fun. Right now, as a new user to Wrike, I am working from my Inbox. But I need to learn how to view tasks by deadline so I won't miss a deadline!

  1. Community
  2. Best Practices
  3. [Open Discussion] Share Your Favorite Automation Rules! 🤖

I'm new to using Wrike so I haven't yet learned how to use the automation tools. But I'm eager to learn!

  1. Community
  2. Betas and More 🔬
  3. [Interviews] Task View Customization ❗

I’m interested

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  2. Best Practices
  3. [Use Case Marathon] Week 3 - Event Management in Wrike 👥

Love the idea of breaking events into tasks!