Wrike Adds New Tracking Capabilities into Its Live Collaborative Editor

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Blending new change-tracking features into its real-time project collaboration platform, Wrike lets users easily co-author online documents, seeing the details of all revisions and being able to revert to previous versions.

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When Wrike was conceived, we started on a journey to make working together online as efficient as possible, and as part of it, step-by-step we built one of the best collaborative document editing experiences. - Andrew Filev, Wrike's CEO

Wrike, a leading provider of online project management software, today announced a set of powerful, real-time collaboration features that let workers easily track changes to online documents in their tasks and projects, knowing when exactly and by whom the edits were made, while also safely restoring previous versions at any time.

Wrike's new features bring the best of familiar document editing experiences that were available in different tools, but not in one combo. It's the clarity of versioned files, like in Microsoft Word, and the convenience of real-time collaboration, like in Google Docs. Combined with the other features of Wrike's innovative Live text editor, such as simultaneous co-authoring, built-in tables, text quoting, as well as Wrike's Activity Stream with comments and mobile push notifications, the latest update makes the real-time collaborative editing experience even richer, easier and more efficient.

"Our customers, we ourselves and most knowledge workers, we all deal with many documents in teams - contracts, specifications, any text content. And whenever we wanted multiple people to contribute simultaneously at a fast pace with multiple iterations a day, it was always a challenge. We could either get clear changes in binary files, and had to fiddle with comparing and merging multiple versions, or we could get real-time editing online with one live version, but then we didn't know who exactly changed what," Andrew Filev, Wrike’s founder and CEO, commented on the big vision behind the update. "With the new Wrike release, it's so much better and easier. You have the Live Editor, but at the same time, you can clearly see who changed what and when. When Wrike was conceived, we started on a journey to make working together online as efficient as possible, and as part of it, step-by-step we built one of the best collaborative document editing experiences."

Combined with other newly launched features, including a Gantt chart for the Wrike mobile app, and the new ability to create and edit tables within task descriptions, Wrike's leading on-demand, online project management and collaboration solution delivers the most powerful, easy-to-use functionality across all platforms, both on-site and remotely.

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Wrike is the leading on-demand, online project management and collaboration software. It provides teams with a unique platform for collaborating on multiple projects in one workspace in real time. Wrike’s collaboration features give a significant productivity gain to thousands of companies all over the globe, including Adobe, EMC and Ecco. Wrike, Inc. is a privately held corporation located in California.

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