Post Review is where you can review the product one last time before pushing it to the final Asset delivery. During the Post Review step, you will need to gather additional comments and decisions from different parts of your team, this process is usually done in sequence and now you can do it within Creative Force with Rounds of Review.
Before enabling Rounds of Review, you will need to add Post Review step to your workflow. Click here to read more about Post Review.
Enable Rounds of Review
Once you have added Post Review, click the three-dot menu to enable Rounds of Review.
By default, there will be two rounds of review created, you can remove or add more rounds to your preference. You can add up to five rounds of review. If you don’t enable Rounds of Review, there will be just one round of review.
User can remove/add and disable Rounds of Review on a Post Review step while a Round Task is running.
After disable, the Round tasks will be deleted and Post Review step is reset.
Setup task access
By default, the task owner is set to Anyone. You can change this to yourself or a specific person by clicking on it. Only Task Owner can start the task.
Share for other people
With each round, you can set up different people with different access level to your task. Click ‘Share’ to set up the access level.
After that, you will see the settings pop up. Enter the user’s name to add them to the task. There are three levels of access:
Decision maker: Able to mark images as “Approve All” or “Reject All”
Commenter: Able to use mark-up tools and commenting
Viewer: Can view images, comments and mark-ups
By default, it is restricted. Only invited people can access. You can invite any external email. Click here to know more about Share for External Review.
Here, there are more access settings that you can configure to the task. You can allow people to download the images, show the feedback or decisions to everyone or only Creative Force users, or show the Assets elements to the users and sort the order of the assets.
After configuring the post-review step, you can save it to your workflow. When in Post Review kanban view, a small tag will show which round the task is currently on, R1 for Round 1, R2 for Round 2.. Etc.