[From Wrike] Wrike + Other Softwares = Wrike Integrate

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This is a very big one.

Within our Product Feedback forum, I’ve read many integration ideas. There’s a reasonable need to be able to use universal connectors to integrate your software tools. This saves time and drives high productivity on your team.

We’re excited to announce this new functionality because we know a lot of you will see the immediate power this will provide you and your teams.

We’re talking about Wrike Integrate.

Wrike Integrate allows you to configure robust integrations, add custom automation to Wrike, and manage complex cross-functional and multi-app workflows with ease.

It will allow you to:

  • Integrate Wrike by connecting any combination of apps with Wrike to automate your workflows - meaning no code and no developers are needed.
  • Create two-way triggers so what happens in one software can cause an action in another software improving the efficiency of your workflow automation.
  • Customize Wrike by creating “Wrike to Wrike” integrations, which enables you to automate activities in Wrike that otherwise would take manual actions.

Here’s how it works:

Wrike Integrate is powered by Workato and uses recipes that include triggers and actions to connect apps. Check all available apps here.

To set up Integrations:

Note: Account owners and admins that have the “Configure integration recipes” permissions enabled can integrate Wrike with available apps.

  1. Click on your name in the upper right-hand corner of the workspace.
  2. Select “Apps & Integrations”.
  3. Find the needed app from the list of integrations in the “App Directory” section and click on it. If the app you are looking for is not in the list, you can still connect to it using universal connectors.
  4. Select which app is the trigger app and which one is the action app.
  5. Click “Create new recipe”.
  6. The Wrike Integrate portal page opens where you can set your recipe.

OR access the “Integration recipes” section:

  1. Click on your name in the upper right-hand corner of the workspace.
  2. Select “Apps & Integrations”.
  3. In the left-hand navigation panel, select “Integration recipes”.

To learn more visit our Help Center’s knowledge base article or comment below to ask questions and provide your feedback for our Product Team to review.

Please note that Wrike Integrate is an add-on, available to Business, Wrike for Marketers, and Enterprise accounts only. Reach out to your Account Manager to discuss further, or comment below and we can arrange your Account Manager to reach out to you.

If you’re not a Wrike customer and would like to discuss Wrike Integrate, go here and fill out the form and we’ll be in touch shortly.

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Nice! We have been waiting for this since the Wrike conference. Can you guys reach out with pricing/details? Very curious...

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Stephen

Hi Nathan, Great to hear you're happy to see this is now available. I've reached out to your Account Manager and they'll be in touch soon to discuss. 

Anything in the meantime, let me know 👍

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"If the app you are looking for is not in the list, you can still connect to it using universal connectors."

Can you elaborate on this? How does one do this?

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@Claire You'll need to choose an HTTP connector instead of the out of the box integration. Please let me know if you need help with this - I could arrange a call with someone from our team 👍

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We aren't using Wrike Integrate at the moment, but the Wrike to Wrike triggers are intriguing. Could you please provide a couple examples of what these might look like? Always looking for more automation! Thank you :)

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Hi Soraya Jung 🙂

Wrike to Wrike triggers could be something like this, for example:

If all tasks in the project are completed > change the project's status automatically and move it to archive. 

 

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Hi there! Do wrike have integrations with google sheets? When "trigger" add something in a google sheet table or something like this? 

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Hi Potter De!

It is possible to create triggers like this through our integration with Zapier. You can set up a trigger to create a new Wrike task whenever a new Google Sheets row is created.

Hope this helps! If you have any other questions let me know 😊 

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