Release Notes-December 14
- Emoji's in Inbox Notifications
- Emojis now show up in Inbox notifications. Enjoy those smileys.
- Subscribing to Reports
- The ability to subscribe to Reports is out of Labs and available for anyone with access to Reports.
- Change Report Name
- Now you can change a Report's name directly from the Report view (without opening the Report Builder). Hooray for one less step.
- Android App Update
- We rolled out new ways to access the Android app. For app versions 4.3 - 5.1 we have PIN access and for app versions 6.0+ we have PIN and fingerprint access. Visit app settings to set up either.
- Compact Task List
- Before: If you enabled the Compact Task List from Labs, then created a new task and clicked anywhere, the Task View didn't open. Instead, you had to open the task manually. Now: The logic is the same as with the regular task list (List View). When you create a task and then click anywhere, the Task View automatically opens.
- Entering Assignees
- Before: From the Table View: 1) You used the tab key to switch to the "Assignee" column, 2) Began typing someone's name, 3) Hit enter to select a user, 4) The assignee cell remained empty. Now: The assignee's name appears in the cell.
- Hiding Empty Folders
- Before: If you used the "Hide empty folders" option in the Table View, then empty Folders disappeared. However, if you then changed which filters were applied, the empty Folders mysteriously reappeared. Now: Empty Folders stay hidden even after you change the filters.
Is this feature still available (Emoji-reactions appear in inbox)?
Hi Joel Senn, while it is still possible to see emojis in the titles of Inbox notifications, there is no way to see an emoji for a comment under a task in the Inbox. If you're interested in seeing this as a feature in Wrike, I would recommend making a post in the Product Feedback section to recommend this to the Product team. This way, other users could voice their support for this suggestion too.
Hope this helped! If you have any other questions, be sure to let me know.