Faster way to add tickets from a web browser

We like tracking web pages of articles that are relevant to our business. Putting them in Wrike allows us to share them with our team, tag and organize them, and eventually work them into marketing content.

However, the Wrike browser extension is not letting us do this very efficiently. The need to pick a folder EVERY time, and the time it takes to complete the process (because the extension opens a new browser tab and loads the entire Wrike application) makes the extension prohibitively difficult and slow.

We need a better, faster way to get references to web articles into a specified Wrike folder, Maybe a javascript snippet that is installed as a bookmark; a simpler browser extension; or some third party service?

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Stephanie Westbrook

Hi Gil! Just want to make sure I'm getting it right - you're referring to opening a task after you've created it from the Wrike extension right?

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No, I'm talking about creating a NEW task.

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