Wrngl (pronounced “wrangle”) is designed for people who make things - architects, builders, designers, musicians, engineers, and anyone else who needs to share and track critical information about files with collaborators. Wrngl was originally developed as a tool for an architecture firm, to track the revisions of numerous files across several groups of stakeholders during the design and construction phases of a project. It has grown up a lot since then, and now Wrngl is a beautiful, secure and easy-to-use platform for file sharing, revision tracking and document review and approval.
Wrngl makes managing and tracking blizzards of project files easy and intuitive. Project managers can create their own templates and invite internal and external users with nothing more than an email address, making project setup a snap. Users can also create custom statuses for their organizations, making notifications match their organizations’ own processes and lingoes. Project structures and document statuses are fully customizable. Use one of our templates or make your own. Actions are tracked, logged and color coded. Setting up project team members is fast and easy. Learn more about how Wrngl works by visiting the FAQ page.
Many file management websites are just FTP sites with a pretty face. Others use an archaic folder metaphor from the last century for their interface. Wrngl's interface is clean, simple and beautiful. And unlike many other management and file sharing products, Wrngl doesn’t charge you an ever-increasing fee for each user every month. With Wrngl you pay a flat monthly fee for your entire organization and all of your external collaborators. We invite you to explore Wrngl for yourself with a free trial project!