An Introduction to Review + Approval
Review + Approval is fully browser-based and does not require plugins or extensions. It is supported on the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge. Files are uploaded natively and do not require conversion. Access...
Quick Start Guide: Submitting a Review
Accessing the Proof When your feedback is requested on a proof, you will receive an email notification containing a link that takes you directly to the review environment in your web browser. Once you enter the review environment, click St...
Video: Reviewing a Proof
This training video will provide step-by-step instruction on how to use the new review environment.
Reviewing a Media Asset
Learn more about reviewing a video asset with Review + Approval.
Reviewing a Web Capture
How to review a a desktop, tablet or mobile website captured by your proof uploader.
What is Email Review? With our email review capability, you can send emails right from your preferred email marketing tool to inMotion to be reviewed and approved. Here's how email review works: Once your marketing email is read...
Video: Email Review
Watch a quick 5 minute introduction on using Email Review!
Collaborating During a Review
Conversations The collaboration panel organizes all reviewer comments. Add general comments by clicking on the green comment icon at the bottom right of the collaboration panel. You are able to like and reply to other reviewers’ com...
Making Feedback Actionable
Feedback Manager Adding a Feedback Manager to the end of your proof route ensures your content producers are left with clear, actionable feedback. This allows your team to eliminate open questions and conflicting suggestions so you can get to you...
Optimizing Proof Version Comparison
Comparing multiple versions of a proof is made simple by utilizing the split screen features available within your operating system.
Proof Versioning Updated
What is Versioning? inMotion allows for the Proof Uploader to submit sequential versions of the same document, so that after implementing feedback in their design, these versions will be associated together, and comparable in the review environme...
Read-Only Access to Reviews
What is Read-Only? Depending on where and when you access a proof during the review process, you may find yourself in read-only mode in the review environment. The limitations of read-only mode are: You cannot make annotations or change ...