Cool, playing the videos in sequence was a highly wanted feature, though a couple of hours ago I found that on one of our clients’ computer running Firefox, when turning off the looping, each video stops playing at the end instead of playing the next one.
And a new request arose, our client asked; is there a page where I can see the list of Playlists shared with me instead of searching on the email? This would be very handy.
Great to see improvements on the Client Review site!
Playing the videos in sequence is great. One thing on that topic though is that it would be nice to still have the ability to have the timeline represent one version only. If we have playlist with lots of versions, each segment on the timeline gets really tiny and makes it hard to scrub back and forth for one specific version.
They read “Enter your password” and immediately writes to us and says “I don’t have a password, I can’t log in”. I think if the text would say something like “Create a password” instead of “Enter your password”, it would be more clear to them. It’s silly, and we don’t understand why this keeps happening but it does…
Another common issue is that clients try to open playlists in safari from time to time which doesn’t work. It would be helpful if it said somewhere that they should open it in another browser.
I know this one has been requested before, but, approval per client user would be extremely helpful. So that we can easily track with colors or initials who actually did hit the “Approve” button.
Thanks a lot for improving the Client Review site, much appreciated!!
That is some great feedback - the ability to have a portal of sorts for clients to see a summary of all their shared Playlists and Notes/approvals given is probably one of the most common feature requests in the CRS.
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When you invite a user to a playlist on the Client Review Site, you can restrict their ability to See and View Comments which also removes their ability to Approve a Version. In some cases, this could be helpful for you if you don’t want the user to make comments as well.
Thanks for the info @Beth. I’d love a way to have each person invited to the list to be able to approve separately. That way we can track to make sure each department/person has looked at something and approved it.