Hi everyone! 👋
We are very excited to announce that starting today, you can create space-level automations!
You may remember that before it was possible to create space automations only for Custom item types associated with a particular space. Now, you can leverage Wrike’s space-level automation to use it for tasks, projects, and account-level Custom item types as well as select multiple specific locations for where the rules should apply 🔥
Space-level automation offers more flexibility for automating different types of items, allowing you to create relevant rules for a particular space or particular locations of the space.
Here are some space automation examples to start with 📌:
- When any project’s subitem’s status is “In progress”→ change this project’s status to “In progress”
- When a task is created → create a subtask
- When a task’s status is “Approval requested” → mention approvers
- When a project's date is overdue → mention project’s assignees
Automation on the space level is administered by space admins, which means a more granular approach to workspace management. It’s especially useful when you have multiple spaces for different teams in your Wrike account.
To start creating automation rules in your space, click on the Automations tab in the space settings.
Learn more in this Knowledge base article 🧑🎓
📍Tip: Check the widgets at the top left corner of the Automations tab to see how many rules and actions you’ve already created. It shows rules and actions, as well as limits, for the entire account.
We really hope you like this update!
Please let us know your feedback 💬 and questions 🙋below.
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