Wouldn’t it be nice to control when proofers are invited onto a proof? Make sure key collaborators must cast their eyes over your work? Workflows gives you this control and flexibility to reflect the way you really work.
When you upload a file to PageProof where you are asking for feedback from more than one proofer, you will discover a workflow – remember seeing that flow chart with proofer avatars? That is a workflow. You can move proofers to create new proofing groups, make certain proofers mandatory* if you like, it’s all up to you.
If you name your workflow, it will be saved for you to use again later (and even share with your colleagues). PageProof won’t invite a proofing group into your proof until all the mandatory proofers in the preceding proofing group have cast their eyes on the proof.
Marking a proofer as mandatory will prevent the proof moving to the next group of proofers until they’ve finished reviewing.
Check out what actions you can take in this article if your proof deadline is looming.
Everyone on a proof will get a red pen to add comments, but let’s look at the different roles for proofers: reviewers, mandatory reviewers, gatekeepers and the final approver.
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