Wrike is an intuitive project management platform that anyone can start using almost no training or learning required. The layout is thoughtful and easy for both project managers as well as employees to dive into.
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On the left navigation bar, project managers can create the various teams within their business and dropdown sub-menus clearly show which team is responsible for which project. Creating a new project board or task is as easy as clicking a button and giving the task a name. From there, users can be assigned to the task and the progress of the task can be monitored to completion.
File sharing, commenting, annotations, and chat are all managed right through Wrike. The simple interface allows users to add files quickly and update the status of a project with just a couple of clicks.
Finally, the simple and clean reporting tools make it easy to see the status of a project, which tasks are in progress, and which ones have yet to be started. Project managers can easily monitor everything they are responsible for and take action immediately.
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Who Wrike is best for
Teams that want an intuitive interface will appreciate Wrike. Collaboration is brought into one platform and monitoring of tasks is simple. Navigation is streamlined and easy to understand leaving no room for confusion or frustration.
The main limitation with Wrike is the customizability offered. This is meant to be a plug and play solution rather than something that project managers are responsible for customizing and designing from the ground up.
Wrike offers a free trial for all plans before paying.
- Free – 5 users can work with 2GB of file storage, app integrations, real-time spreadsheet views, and task management.
- Professional – For $9.80 per user, per month, businesses get 5GB of file storage and 15GB of video storage, shareable dashboards, collaborator enablement, Gantt charts, and subtask management.
- Business – At $24.80 per month, this plan steps up storage to 50GB. It also enables custom fields and workflows, report templates, calendars, request forms, time tracking, user groups, and permissions, as well as advanced integrations like Salesforce.
- Marketers – Based on custom quotes, this plan adds Wrike Publish, a tailored workspace, Wrike Proof, and an extension for Adobe Creative Cloud.
- Enterprise – Another quote-only plan, Enterprise users get advanced security features like 2-factor authentication, single sign-on, and up to 100GB file storage.
All Wrike users have access to the help center with a number of documents to review as well as a community for users to engage with each other to share tips and tricks. Wrike also hosts regular webinars and frequently updates their blog with helpful information. For customized support, users are able to submit a help ticket and request a response by either phone or email.
- Free plan available
- Intuitive and easy to use
- Wide range of app integrations
- Best features only in higher tier plans
- Limited customization
- Overall: 4.6
- Features: 4.5
- Pricing: 4.5
- Ease of Use: 5
- Customer Service: 4.5