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How to Create a Project

Creating projects in Creative Force Editorial

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Written by Bri H.
Updated over a week ago


Editorial projects are an organizational tool. You can think of them as a container for the list of shots (and their associated products) that need to be delivered in order for an editorial project to be considered complete.

We see our customers using editorial projects in a variety of ways. Some common uses cases we see from our customers include:

  • Elevated PDP

  • Marketing campaigns

  • Lifestyle product photography shoots

For more information on Projects, check out the articles below:

Editorial Projects: Editorial Projects Overview

Editorial Projects: Project Sheets

Editorial Projects: Project Properties

How to Create a Project

Navigate to the Projects tab in the editorial module and select the blue “Create Project” button on the upper right side of the screen.

In the Create project window, you are able to add project information on an as-needed basis as the only required fields are the Project and Client name.

Once the Create Project window is completed to your specifications, click next and you are ready to move on to the next step: Adding Deliverables.

Product code must be a unique identifier, it cannot be the same as Sample code, Outfit code, project code or deliverable code.

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