Content creation process

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  • Directly by a client on your website via a public page
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  • By an internal collaborator directly on the platform.
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The first stage is to allocate the project to a creative, who receives all the elements by mail on which he will find a link redirecting to a public page.

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It can also upload his creation.

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Then the project manager has to validate or to refuse the creation before sending it to the client.

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  • In case of refusal, the project will be sent back to the creative;
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  • In case of approval, the project will be sent to the client.
"}'>Content creation process

The process starts with the creation of a new design request. It can be done through two ways:

  • Directly by a client on your website via a public form;
  • By an internal collaborator directly within the platform.


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  • Directly by a client on your website via a public page
  • \n
  • By an internal collaborator directly on the platform.
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The first stage is to allocate the project to a creative, who receives all the elements by mail on which he will find a link redirecting to a public page.

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It can also upload his creation.

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Then the project manager has to validate or to refuse the creation before sending it to the client.

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  • In case of refusal, the project will be sent back to the creative;
  • \n
  • In case of approval, the project will be sent to the client.
"}'>The first stage is to allocate the project to a creative, who receives all the elements by an email on which he will find a link redirecting to a public form. It can also upload his creations.
Then the project manager has to validate or to refuse the creation before sending it to the client.

  • In case of refusal, the project will be sent back to the creative;
  • In case of approval, the project will be sent to the client. 
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  • Directly by a client on your website via a public page
  • \n
  • By an internal collaborator directly on the platform.
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The first stage is to allocate the project to a creative, who receives all the elements by mail on which he will find a link redirecting to a public page.

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It can also upload his creation.

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Then the project manager has to validate or to refuse the creation before sending it to the client.

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  • In case of refusal, the project will be sent back to the creative;
  • \n
  • In case of approval, the project will be sent to the client.
"}'>Finally, the customer will have the opportunity to validate the project :

  • He can accept the creation, you will be alerted and the project will be archived;
  • It can refuse the creation, you will be alerted of its return and you will be able to modify the elements to be changed that the customer will have indicated in the public form. He can even comment directly on the creation.