[From Wrike's Product Team] Your Input Needed - File Management in Wrike

Hello, Community!

I’m Slava Kogan, I’m a Product Manager at Wrike. 

I receive lots of feedback from the Community regarding file management - a big thank you to everyone who posts and supports different suggestions here! I’m hoping that recent releases like Move & Copy File Attachments, File Permalinks, File Renaming, and Deleting File Versions are helping you to manage your attachments more easily.

I’d really like to discuss overall file management in Wrike - files structure, their organization within the platform, and possible future functionality that would be helpful for your work with different files. That is why today, I’d like to ask you, our Community members, to share your ideas on how we can achieve better file management in Wrike. 

Please share how you’d like to organize and use files in Wrike, what obstacles you have right now, and what functionality you’d like to be added. What capabilities will help you leverage Wrike as your digital assets solution? Please let me know your feedback below in the comments 👇

Thanks in advance for helping us deliver a better file management solution! 🤝

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Hi Slava,

For your question about a type of DAM-like functionality, yes, it would be great to have unlimited storage for us to be able to have everything associated with a project in one central location. We would use it in the following ways:

- have all files (video, PDFs, .gif animations, flat .jpgs, etc.) that need review to be proofed within Wrike, with all the versions associated so that people can reference previous comments/changes

- have all files associated with the project easily accessible and clearly organized so that people can find exactly what they need (examples: project briefs, deliverable specs, change requests, previously-approved assets related to the project)

We don't need to store the final approved asset on Wrike as we have an actual DAM that we publish final files on for external users. However, internally we would want to be able to view all the chatter/reviews/approvals that got us to the final approval and we want that separate from the DAM. Hopefully that makes sense!

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Thank you so much for your detailed feedback Rosalynn Mok! I sent it to Slava 👍

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