WRITE IT, VIEW IT, SUBMIT IT AND REVIEW IT, LIKE EASY-PEASY
GoProof’s Adobe® InCopy® workflow is all about collaboration.
InCopy writers can drop their stories directly into an Adobe® InDesign® document through the GoProof cloud. That’s awesome.
But our experience takes it way further. Copywriters stay immersed throughout the creative journey, collaborating and getting feedback through each review cycle.
They can make changes to stories at any time, restore any older versions, take stories over from other writers and keep locked in with the designer – all through the GoProof ecosystem.
It’s a truly creative world, where copywriters are most definitely invited.
EMAILING .INDDs AROUND IS JUST WRONG
All of us are done with emailing InDesign documents around, right?
Don’t worry, we’ve fixed it. Creatives send their InDesign document directly through the GoProof cloud. No attachments necessary.
InCopy users get a web link, open it up and get writing. When they’re done, they hit submit and their copy pings back to the designer in their InDesign document. And repeat if necessary.
Not a file attachment in sight. Just a bit of collaborative magic.
THEY’RE INSEPARABLE. IT’S SO CUTE.
InDesign and InCopy live in total harmony in the GoProof ecosystem.
They stay connected all of the time, even if the document’s local storage location is changed.
That just isn’t an issue, because all the technical stuff is being managed in the secure GoProof cloud, meaning there are no linked documents with breakable local paths.
It’s story time, all the time. And content is always up to date, which is nice.
CHECK THIS STORY OUT
Who’s editing this story now? I thought I was?
It’s so frustrating when you someone steps on your story, even if they don’t mean to. Especially if they delete it by accident.
We’ve built a check in, check out process into the workflow, so InCopy teams can stay in control of their stories and have the flexibility to pass them around.
Great for project shake-ups and vacation cover.
See it in action
Book a demo in our calendar to see how easily it could slot into your workflow