How To Add Wrike To Google Shortcuts

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Adding Wrike to Google Shortcuts

As a productivity enthusiast, I am always on the lookout for ways to streamline my workflow and save time. One tool that has made a significant impact on my productivity is Wrike, a project management software. In this article, I will guide you through the process of adding Wrike to Google Shortcuts, allowing quick and easy access to your Wrike tasks and projects right from your Google homepage.

Step 1: Install the Wrike Extension

The first step is to install the Wrike extension for Google Chrome. To do this, open the Chrome Web Store and search for “Wrike.” Select the official Wrike extension and click on the “Add to Chrome” button. Once the installation is complete, you will see the Wrike icon added to your browser’s toolbar.

Step 2: Open Google Shortcuts

Next, open a new tab in your Google Chrome browser and navigate to the Google homepage. In the top right corner, you will find the Google Apps icon, represented by nine small squares. Click on this icon to open the Google Apps menu.

Step 3: Add Wrike to Google Shortcuts

In the Google Apps menu, scroll down until you find the “More” option. Click on it to expand the menu and reveal additional Google services. Look for the “Wrike” option and hover your mouse over it. A “More” button will appear next to Wrike. Click on it.

A small window will pop up, asking for your permission to add Wrike to your Google Shortcuts. Click on the “Add” button to confirm. Wrike will now be added to the Google Shortcuts section on your Google homepage.

Step 4: Personalize Your Wrike Shortcut

Now that Wrike is added to your Google Shortcuts, you can personalize it to suit your preferences. Hover your mouse over the Wrike shortcut and click on the three-dot icon that appears. From the dropdown menu, select “Customize.”

In the customization menu, you can change the name and icon of the Wrike shortcut. Choose a name that reflects the purpose of your Wrike tasks or projects and select an icon that stands out to you. Once you’re satisfied with your customization, click on the “Save” button.

Conclusion

Adding Wrike to Google Shortcuts is a simple yet powerful way to integrate your project management tool with your daily workflow. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can quickly access your Wrike tasks and projects right from your Google homepage, saving you valuable time and effort. Give it a try and experience the enhanced productivity that comes with having Wrike at your fingertips.