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Wrike has different licenses so that you can give people different permission levels within Wrike. Collaborators are one of the available license types, and they're great because they don't take up a license seat, and they have limited permission rights within the Workspace (which is necessary sometimes).
- Creates work (i.e. will need to create tasks)
- Adds context to work (i.e. needs to edit task descriptions)
- Runs Reports
- People outside of your organization
- Users who don't need to create work, but are working with you
- Someone who only needs to leave comments or change a task's status