Understanding project details

Project Tab

Once you have created the project by filling in project details and selecting the workflow, you land on the main page. 

You can also reach the main page by clicking on Projects > Project Name.

Let's explore the various items on this page.

1. Workflow 

This tab allows you to edit your workflow.

(so, you can customize whatever and whenever you want)

2. Audit Log 

It provides a comprehensive set of logs w.r.t every activity in the project, including approved or rejected checklist items. 

(so, you have a record of everything along with timestamps)

3. Details 

It lets you update your project details and add any reference files for the project. 

(for example, if you want your project updated with size instructions, upload the reference artwork file here for your designer.)

4. Metrics

It shows all metrics related to the project.

(e.x., you have the completion status, number of iterations, checklist completion status, etc.)

5. File Status

It helps you know the individual status of each file in your project. 

(so, you’ll be able to view every file with the stage it is in currently and the collaborator responsible for reviewing it.)

6. Add New Stage

It adds more stages to your workflow. 

(By default, Artwork Flow configures a project with 4 stages but you can always customize it to include more.)

7. Save Workflow

It saves the Workflow on this page for future use.

(so, you can use the workflow template in other projects too)

8. Select Workflow

It imports saved workflow templates for use in the current project.

(so, you have the option of selecting from pre-existing workflow templates)

9. Checklist

It helps you modify your existing checklist. Click on Checklist > Edit option.

10. Archive 

You can archive a project to remove it from your projects list. You can archive a running project as well, but it will not be possible to unarchive it later. 

11. Duplicate Project

It creates a new project with details similar to the original project, including workflow, assignees, and checklist items. 

This feature saves time if you want to run a project similar to a previous one. You don’t have to fill in the details all over again.

12. Start Project

It starts the Project work. 

{NOTE: Your team members do not receive their respective tasks until a project is started.}

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