My company, BloomCU, designs websites for credit unions. We use Wrike to manage all our website projects. We're constantly working to improve our design and development processes, which means we constantly make changes to our workflows in Wrike.
Whenever we need to make a change to our process in Wrike that affects all clients, it's painful. We have to edit our Website Creation Template and all our clients' projects one by one. It's repetitive and takes a lot of time to make sure process changes are set up correctly for every client.
I want to create "master" project templates the same way you can create master slides in PowerPoint. In PowerPoint, updating a master slide updates all other slides that use the master template.
Here's how it would work:
- If I make a change to a Master Template, all projects using the master template would also be changed
- If I make a change to a single project that is not a master template, that change affects only that single project
- Might need a way to toggle a project's connection to the Master Template (i.e., be able to break away a single project from the Master Template)