[Wrike Webinar Series] Remote working tips with Wrike - 21st April ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ’ป

Hi all ๐Ÿ‘‹

The next webinar in our โ€˜Coffee with Wrikeโ€™ series is taking place tomorrow, the 21st of April. You can register here

There are many elements involved in managing remote teams, with tracking progress and measuring results at the top of the list. How can managers make sure their teams have the information they need to move the needle - and see how much it moved? Wrike can help meet the challenges of managing distributed teams. In this session, weโ€™ll cover:
  • Indicators and measures
  • Methods to track individual and project progress
  • Reporting
  • 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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Hello! I am not sure if this is the correct place to post, but I was on the Wrike Webinar today and had a question that they said to post in the community page so others could see and to also receive a more in depth answer.

My question was for the pivot table that was made after exporting a report to excel, are the changes that are made to table done in Wrike or Excel?

Thank you!

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Hey Allison Phillips!  

The pivot table reads from the data that is copy and pasted in from the excel export.  So... updates are made in Wrike.  When you want to update the pivot table in excel, you export your Wrike report.  Copy, paste, and your table will update.  

Is that helpful?

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Hi all, sharing the link to the 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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I've been struggling with how to prioritize my own work in Wrike. Took 15 minutes to copy your Eisenhower Matrix method, which I was familiar with but yours is an amazing application of Wrike to get it into that. 

My concern with doing that is that everyone else will (1) see my priority, which obviously might be different than theirs, and (2) they may all want to add their own, so wouldn't we end up with a ton of folders on every task? Or since the folders are in my personal space, will they not show to everyone else?

Thanks for these sessions. I'm really enjoying Coffee with Wrike. 

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Hey Lisa! Glad to see the matrix approach was a win for you!

You are correct on the personal space. The folder tags are only visible to the people they are shared with. Folders in the personal space are private on creation.

Patrick

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