Content is being created much faster, across more output channels, with shorter deadlines, and with fewer resources.
Traditionally proofing was done by passing printed proofs around, which reviewers would then physically mark-up in ink before giving the proof to the next reviewer. This method is time-consuming, resource-draining, environmentally unfriendly, and inefficient. Not to mention, it cannot cater for digital, HTML, or moving image formats.
Emails with attachment(s) get frequently used for review and approval, but this method is full of impracticality and often leads to frustration, increased workload, and confusion. See below for a more detailed explanation of why emails are a terrible tool for mark-up and approval.
WeAproove+ online proofing gives you a centralized view of your proofs, allowing your reviewers to provide clear, concise feedback using a robust and user-friendly review interface. Collaborate in real-time with the ability to @mention users or guests and bring them right into your review cycle.
Powerful version comparison tools empower the reviewers to identify changes between the versions and even compare a proof against another document.
Our proofing dashboard gives a holistic view of all the proofs to identify the health of any ongoing proofing projects with automated reminders to keep everyone on track.
Available 24 hours a day using cloud SAAS technology, WeAproove+ eliminates locality and timezone issues and removes the need to send physical proofs.
WeAproove+ gives you faster turnaround times and a fantastic return on investment, saving you both time and money!.
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The numbers don't lie!
You can, but it will present a whole new set of challenges that make it just as inefficient as printing a proof and passing it around! Here are some reasons why email is not suitable for review and approval:
We could go on, but primarily email was not designed to cater to the review and approval process, and it could be adding confusion, unnecessary risk, and much more time to your projects.
That, in turn, costs you valuable resources, time, and money.