Hi Community 🤗
Another Wednesday has arrived, and we are excited to discuss digital assets management in Wrike with you!
This is the last post in our use case marathon, but not to worry, we’ve got more useful content and discussions planned for the coming months, so please stay tuned 🙌
A huge thanks to everyone who’s been participating in these use case discussions 💚
Working in any kind of business usually involves dealing with digital assets - designs in marketing or product teams, contracts in services, and HR teams, you name it. There are different ways of storing, sending, and managing them - emails, instant messengers, and various kinds of depositories. It’s also possible to do all of that in Wrike. Using Wrike as your online hub for managing digital assets can help you ensure easy access for all or designated team members.
Digital Assets Management Setup
You can start by creating a simple space and folder structure to track all of the assets within Wrike. It can be a separate “Asset” space or a folder for assets in spaces created for managing different departments, clients, or regions. You can create a separate task for each asset and set up key custom fields to capture critical asset data that can be used for smart search, reporting, and filtering data. Create automation using a custom workflow status to allow automatic transfer of the asset from the project directly into the Digital Assets Management space once completed and auto-tag assets within your key categories.
What functionality is being used:
- Folder structure
- Files View
- Custom Fields
- Custom Workflows
Are you using Wrike for digital assets management? If you are, please share your setup in the comments!
If you aren’t using Wrike for asset management yet but would like to learn more about how this works, please also let us know in the comments below! 👇
Lisa Wrike Team member Become a Wrike expert with Wrike Discover