Hi everyone! 👋
Many of you know that we have recently launched the New Wrike Experience in Labs. A huge thank you to everyone who’s been testing it out and sharing your feedback with us, this feedback is vital for our team! It’s our goal to make sure that this New Experience brings more transparency into your work, allowing you to use Wrike in the way that works best for you and your teams.
We’re very excited to announce the first update to the New Wrike Experience. Here are the recently introduced improvements:
1) Customization and adaptive view
My Home allows you to configure the workspace and provide a quick and cleaner way to find the most important work. Here’s what you can customize in My Home:
- Sections: Reorder Recent, Pinned, and Spaces
- Pinned and Spaces section: Reorder the placement of the tiles with drag-and-drop
- Hide tools in the right panel Toolbar
2) Timer on the top level
3) Pinned items
On the top-level navigation, you’ll now see the navigation path. If you’re in a project, folder, or tool, you may choose to pin the specific area to your My Home by clicking the pin icon. You may also unpin by clicking the pin icon again, or by unpinning from the Pinned section in My Home.
The team updated the persistent views functionality:
- Projects, Spaces, and folders can now have multiple saved views
- You can rename saved views
- New default view selector
- You can also duplicate a persistent view
Persistent views are currently available for the List, Table, and Board view.
To try out the updated New Wrike Experience, please go to Wrike Labs and enable the New Experience and Configurable views. If you have the New Wrike Experience enabled when first introduced, you will see the updated version starting today.
We’ll be sharing more updates for the New Experience functionality in the coming weeks; please let us know your feedback in the comments below 👇