Hi there, 👋
Following hard on the heels of the introduction of our Photoshop Integration (HUE), Sprint 27 was devoted to delivering some much sought-after features to improve the ease of use and flexibility of Creative Force.
I'm sure many of you will recognise your fingerprints on some of the features in this release - please do keep the valuable feedback coming!
James and the product team
Use 'bursts' to make it easier to see what's done and what's next
Users can now adjust the display settings in Kelvin, with the option to separate individual groups of images that were processed out/ developed together.
Images that have been transferred can be either hidden or 'toned down', making it simple to see what has and hasn't been uploaded.
And for those of you who love a keyboard shortcut - and who doesn't, right? - 'Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + a' selects all of the most recent burst.
It is also now possible upload multiple images to be combined at post-production, e.g. to create ghost mannequin images. Having selected the images required to create the final output image, on transfer Kelvin prompts the user to define the main image.
The combination image option can be activated in a Style Guide (Photography tab) by selecting the position type 'Ghost mannequin' in the position settings. This constrains the position to require a range of images, with the option to select no less than 2 images and up to 5 images to be combined.
Edit job details and delete products
Users are now able to edit job details (Job name, deadline and any custom Job Properties) and remove unwanted products from a job.
Deleting a product stops all tasks, removes all assets and cannot be undone - so exercise caution when using this feature 🙂
Please note, you will not be able to delete a product that is being used as part of an outfit.
Bulk 'pick' & 'unpick' and Preview option in Kanban views
For users with long lists of products in their Kanban view, we've introduced the ability to easily select multiple products and 'pick' them, and should the need the arise, 'unpick' them. A simple 'click & drag' allows you to select the products you wish to pick and then pick them all.
Users can also preview the images selected at Final Selection stage by clicking on the '...' button on product cards in the 'Done' column.
Questions, ideas or feedback?
We're striving to create the best product for you and your team! Feel free to drop us a line via email/chat or submit your ideas and feedback directly to our product team via email@example.com.