How To Move Wrike Messages On Gmail Label?

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One of the most bugbears for Wrike users are the Gmail labels. To make it even more difficult, you can't easily move messages on Gmail labels. Problem is, if you choose the wrong label and send comments from it, you may never see those again. This can be a big problem if you manage large projects with many tasks and lots of company emails.

Move Wrike messages on Gmail label

Wrike lets you manage your projects in an orderly fashion. Many modern project planners use software services like Wrike to create interactive and easy to manage campaigns. And the good thing is, you get meaningful insights on your project campaign while steering clear of conventional management systems like spreadsheets.

But even though Wrike focuses on an organized campaign approach and keeps you notified with the updates, Gmail makes a mess out of these emails. It often becomes very frustrating to rummage through different emails and isolate the important ones.

So in this article, we’re going to learn about how to move Wrike messages using Gmail Label.

What is a Gmail label?

A Gmail label works as a tag for filtering and sorting out groups of emails. You can introduce a label to a specific group of emails. That way, you won’t have to go through the entire inbox to find important work emails.

Moving Wrike Messages Using the Gmail Label:

  1. Go to Gmail and log into your account.
  2. Click on “More” on the left vertical menu to expand it.
  3. Find and select create a new label.
  4. A window will pop up. Name the new label (something related to Wrike or anything you want) and finish creating.
  5. From the search panel, click on the dropdown icon to the far right.
  6. In the search options, enter the last part of the Wrike mail id. ( and press filter. This is to filter out the emails from a specific sender.
  7. Now select “Apply label” and select the previously created label.
  8. Select create filter & you’re all set.

By creating a label, you created a dedicated folder for messages coming with a certain domain name. In this case, we’re isolating the Wrike messages with a tail. But you can follow the same procedure for grouping different batches of emails from different groups/companies.

Additionally, the messages won’t be marked as read unless you open them. They stack up and the numbers will show beside the folder. So you can easily find out if there’s any new message from that sender.

Adding a Label to an email

You can also introduce specific emails to specific labels. To do so,

  1. Mark the email(s).
  2. From the menu below the search panel, select labels.
  3. Choose the label you want these emails to be assigned to.

Please take note that these messages will still appear in your inbox. They’ll just be labeled for faster detection. However, if you moved a specific domain with a label, those emails will only show up under corresponding labels.

How to share the Wrike calendar with Google Calendar?

Google Calendar integration with Wrike is still a work in progress.  So it may be a little bit unstable and buggy. But even so, it works great by keeping your project schedule in sync with your other activities.

Wrike users who registered after July 12, 2016, already have the Google Calendar integration. For users who registered before that time,

  1. Go to Wrike Labs.
  2. Navigate to the “Google Calendar integration” section.
  3. Click to enable.
  4. Then refresh your workspace.

When you update something from Wrike Task, changes will immediately appear on the Google Calendar. That way, you can edit and adjust different events and keep in sync with your schedule.

Summary: Move Wrike messages on Gmail label

  • Open Gmail.
  • Go to Settings.
  • Click Filters.
  • Click "Create new filter".
  • In the "From" field, add "" and click "Create filter".
  • In the next pop-up, checkmark the label for your Wrike emails and click Create filter.