Until you’ve submitted your first draft for editing, no one other than you (and any collaborators you have) may see it. Until an assignment has been submitted for the first time by its collaborator(s), it is in “first draft” stage and can’t be viewed by non-collaborators. Once the assignment has . . . Read more
Ever wondered how assignments find their way into each of the ‘current’, ‘upcoming and ‘colleague activity’ tabs on your dashboard? This video explains what you’ll need to know to locate assignments quickly. You may also want to check out how to re-order your dashboard tables here.
When a publishing editor clicks ‘approve’ on an assignment, they will be shown a confirmation message, showing them the tags, categories, byline and publishing date/time information for the assignment. The publishing editor can decide to publish the assignment immediately to their website, or can schedule it for publication at some point in the future. . . . Read more
Each table on the dashboard can be re-ordered by hovering over the column titles and clicking them. Using the desk column, it’s easy to identify what activity is occurring on each of your desks, within each one of your dashboard tabs (‘colleague activity’ is likely to contain a large proportion . . . Read more