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Copywriting overview
Copywriting overview
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Written by Ha Ngan Nguyen
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Apart from the product images, Copywriting is also an essential part of content creation for e-commerce. It is an important asset that you must finish before pushing the products to your websites.

Copywriting is an add-on, please contact your Customer Success Manager for more information.

Copywriting is a production type and its assets are Text type. This article will give you an overview of how Copywriting works within Creative Force. You can learn more about this module with the below articles:

Account settings

Production type

After this module is enabled in your studio, you can create a new production type by going to General settings -> Production types. The production type category “Text” needs be chosen for the copywrting production type.

Click here to learn about creating custom production type.

Once done, when your products have a Copywriting production type, you will be able to see it in 'Edit Product' dialog. If you have Task Bundle enabled in your workflow, you will also see the number of tasks in that bundle next to the production type.


If a Bundle has more than 300 tasks, you will not be able to filter by that style code on Production, Products, Samples and Assets page.

User skill

Copywriting skills can be used for reporting purposes and filter values to see who is doing which Copy tasks.

Clients settings

Delivery options

When adding a new delivery option or editing one of your existing ones, you will see a few more options:

  • Asset type: you will be able to choose from Images & Videos or Text

  • Delivery formats supported for Text are: CSV - XML - JSON

  • Prefix: the first part of the filename

  • Postfix: the last part of the filename

For example: Prefix_[Product code]-[Date]_postfix.csv

The [Product code]-[Date] are tokens to be set up within styleguide’s asset naming.


Each delivery option must be set up separately for each type of asset. For example, you can use the same FTP location, and create two delivery options within your client, one for receiving Images & Videos and one for Text.

After setting this up, you can carry on with setting up the Workflows and Styleguides using the Text production type.

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