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Streams in Wrike

Table 13. Availability






Streams are available to all license types on all Wrike accounts.

There are three types of streams in Wrike: the Global Stream, Stream view, and Activity Streams.


You'll only see stream updates related to tasks, folders, and projects that are shared with you.

Global Stream

Accessible from the Home page, the Global Stream shows updates to all items that are shared with you. The Global Stream includes information on new comments or approvals, changes to descriptions and statuses, rescheduling of tasks or projects, etc.

Open the Global Stream

  1. Navigate to the Home page.

  2. Click Stream in the right-hand panel.

Stream view

The Stream view of a space, project, or folder shows updates related to tasks and subtasks that are included in the selected space, project, or folder or in its descendants. This view also shows changes made directly to a project or folder.


This isn't available for users on Free accounts or collaborators on any account type.

Open Stream view

  1. Navigate to the relevant space, folder, or project.

  2. Switch to Stream view (click the + button and select Stream from the drop-down list).

Activity Streams

Located in a task, folder, or project's info panel, Activity Streams show updates related to that particular task, as well as new comments, attachments, or changes to the description field of a folder or project.

Open Activity Streams

  1. Open a task in task view, or open a folder or project info panel.

  2. The item's stream is shown on the bottom of the right-hand panel under the description field.

Navigate streams

As changes are made to tasks, folders, and projects, a related update appears at the top of their Stream view or on your Global Stream. New updates are added to the bottom of a task, folder, and project's Activity Streams.

  • If multiple changes are made to a task, folder, or project, then you'll see the option Show more updates.

  • Click a task, folder, or project’s title in the stream to open the related task, folder, or project.

  • Activity Streams can be filtered.