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Using the share links

This article will assist you on how to use the proof share links provided to you by the proof sender via email or via instant messaging.

Creating and managing share links

This article will assist you on how to generate share links for your proof and choose the best type of share link for your needs.

Sending a video for review

This article is intended to guide you through sending a video for review using the GoProof Extension for Adobe Premiere Pro.

Sending multiples proofs

This article is intended to guide you through the process of sending multiple files for review using the GoProof Adobe Extension.

Printing of proofs

This article is intended to guide you through printing your proof and any review comments that have been made, if there’s any.

Sending a Project

Sending a Project allows a proof sender to send multiple individual proofs at the same time but only send a single email to a collaborator.

Adding a proof deadline

This article is intended to guide you through setting a proof deadline, action and reminder.

Sending a proof – the basics

GoProof has many different features and tools which you can use when sending a proof for for review. This article is intended to get you started with the basics when sending a proof.

Editing the proof name

This article will assist you on how to edit the proof name before sending it for review.

Creating a client

Before you can send a proof for review, you must have created a client and project.

Reviewing a proof – the basics

This article will take you through the basics of reviewing a proof. From the initial invitation, adding your comments to letting everyone know when you are finished.

Sending a proof to a copy editor

This article will show you how to send a proof to a copy editor, enabling them the ability to edit the proof text, as well as using the standard proofing comment tools.

Putting a proof on hold

If you need to put a proof back to On Hold, follow the steps below. This feature is only available to GoProof Admins and Publisher Users. Step 1.…

Editing proof text

This article will show you how to edit proof text and submit your copy changes back to the publisher user.