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Wrike for Gmail
Create Wrike tasks from emails, view and edit tasks, and send and receive Wrike comments, all in Gmail.
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Wrike is powerful online project management software that enables every type of team to accomplish more, at scale. With Wrike for Gmail, you can create Wrike tasks from emails, view and edit tasks, and send and receive Wrike comments, all without leaving Gmail.
 
Managing work by email can be a challenge, especially when multiple people are collaborating through multiple email threads that tie back to a project. And today’s production-focused teams not only rely heavily on collaboration, but also require access, visibility, and greater control over work, in order to be agile and accomplish more despite operating across multiple people, teams, and projects.
 
Wrike for Gmail enables you to easily capture work coming from email and quickly get it into Wrike, where it can be more effectively managed, tracked, and reported on. With Wrike for Gmail you can:
 
Create new tasks from emails
See task details, including images and rich text formatting
Complete tasks, change status, and assign/un-assign tasks
View and edit existing tasks associated with Wrike email notifications
Send and receive Wrike comments on tasks
Add emails as comments to tasks
Access and download task attachments
Collaborate on tasks with those using Wrike for Gmail, Wrike on web, or any Wrike app
 
Bring structure and action to your work today with Wrike for Gmail.
 
Note that you’ll need a free or paid Wrike account to use Wrike for Gmail.
To learn more about Wrike or create an account, visit https://www.wrike.com.
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A Google User
July 11, 2018
Just nice :)
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June 27, 2018
You need a free or paid account then it might show up. I'll give it a shot.
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June 23, 2018
I have installed it but can't see it anywhere in my gmail. how to enable it???
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July 5, 2018
Were you ever able to figure out how to enable it after install?
June 25, 2018
mine is being really wonky about showing up too ... at least in the new Gmail format
June 23, 2018
Lovely
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June 16, 2018
I have installed it but not able to access. There is no right-hand side icon, What do I do?
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July 5, 2018
I'm on gmail.com, I see no right-hand side icons.
July 5, 2018
go to gmail.com, NOT inbox.gmail.com
June 10, 2018
Doesn't install
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June 13, 2018
omg i m sorry that this is not about this app, but i saw ur last name is prior and I thought of divergent. Ur last name is soo cool!
June 11, 2018
settings> addons> manage> click the three stacked dots icon> remove
A Google User
June 9, 2018
Anyone know how I remove this?
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June 19, 2018
HI
A Google User
June 19, 2018
hi
A Google User
June 9, 2018
Nah
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June 4, 2018
Loved it
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A Google User
May 11, 2018
I've been waiting to get access to this plug in for a while, I wanted to try it out myself before pushing it to my team but it wasn't possible to do that if you had a Gmail for Work account. Although it might be possible now. I'm a big fan of Wrike and would like to rely on it more for work and communication. I even used the previous Wrike plug in even though it was clunky and greatly slowed down loading emails. So I was excited to see a new version that I hoped would optimize better than the old one. As other reviews have pointed out, there are some strange limitations to this plug in. You can't change the title of the task to something else or edit the description (in the old plug in you could edit the title). Also the UX is a little slow and you have to search for things before you add them to tasks, like a folder or assignee, etc. I'm almost convinced it would be faster in some cases to use the forwarding feature to get the email into Wrike and then make the changes you need in Wrike if you already have it open. If you are proficient with the subject line [operators] Wrike has it probably WILL be faster to forward it. I think some of these limitations are from Gmail's plug in API and are not just Wrike. I took a quick peek at the Asana plug in and it looked identical and I'd imagine it works similarly, so these may not just be Wrike issues. Overall I will keep the plug in and probably use it, but I was hoping for more. I guess I would have liked to basically see the functionality and ease of use of the old plug in just optimized so that it's doesn't slow down your inbox so much. Maybe Wrike can try that as an alternative.
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