[Wrike Webinar Series] Remote working tips with Wrike - 28th April ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ’ป

Hi folks ๐Ÿ‘‹

The next webinar in our โ€˜Coffee with Wrikeโ€™ series is taking place on the 28th of April. You can register here

Every team is facing challenges in this new world of remote work. Whether you're still physically in the same location or now a distributed team, we're all adjusting to new ways of working. But social distancing doesn't mean the collapse of teamwork! It's even more important for team leads to encourage communication and collaboration. This webinar will cover:
  • Communication tips and channels
  • Advice on team and 1:1 meetings
  • Using Wrike to help manage teams and projects
  • And more!
Have a suggestion on a topic youโ€™d like us to cover in this series? Let us know below and weโ€™ll do our best to accommodate.

If you have any questions or feedback before, during, or after this upcoming webinar, let us know! ๐Ÿ‘‡

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In the webinar, you mentioned that action items should be subtasks and reference materials should go in the task/project description. Should account managers be the ones creating each task or should the support team do that? For example, we are a marketing team. The account manager sets up the parent task or project with sections in the description of what each team needs to work on (content development, graphic design, web, etc.). Then each support team assigned to the task creates their own subtask and copies their section from the parent task description into their subtask. Is this the correct way to go about this?

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Hi Hannah Yager, thanks for the question! 

In this case, the account manager should create subtasks assigned to each responsible person from the supporting teams (i.e. content, graphic design, etc.) with the description in the parent task. They then @ mention each person on that parent task for notification of the design brief, and the supporting teams will check off their subtask when they have completed their part of the project.

Hope that helps, if you've any other questions let us know ๐Ÿ‘

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Hi all, sharing the link to this recorded webinar with you. 

Don't forget to register for our next 'Coffee with Wrike' webinar taking place this coming Tuesday ๐Ÿ‘

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