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Do I have to provide any payment details for the FREE account?
Can I close my account at any point?
How long can I use the FREE account for?
We have a need to approve individual photos from photoshoots. How would this be accomplished?
How do I delete proofs?
What information do I need to log in?
What do I do if I've lost my password?
Can I update my username?
Can I update my password?
Can I update my email?
Where do I download the GoProof Adobe Add-On?
What software can the Add-On run in?
Do I need to download an Add-On for each Adobe CC application?
Is the Add-On free?
Can I use the Add-On for Mac or PC?
What software is GoProof compatible with?
Can I send just a selection of pages from my InDesign document for review?
Where do I go to finish my review?
Will clients still be able to view proofs once they have been signed off?
Where do I create a new Collaborator group?
What support does GoProof provide?
What proofing tools can I use to make comments?
Push Pin (Thumb Tack)
The Push Pin tool marks a precise spot on the document to comment on.
The Box tool allows you to free-draw a marquee over any part of the document by clicking and dragging with your mouse. This is great for highlighting an area of content rather than a precise spot. You could also use this to highlight lines of text that need editing.
If you want to remove words or lines of text from the proof then use the Strike tool.
The Highlight tool is just like using a highlighter pen and is perfect for shading areas on the proof.
Tick (Check Mark)
This is a simple way to show that a piece of content on the proof is correct or accurate. This could be important with pricing or item information for example. Note this is not to be used for signing off a proof, which is performed using the orange DONE button located in the top right hand corner.
The opposite of Tick, the Cross tool shows an immediate mistake to fix such as a promotional code or price tag.
The Arrow is a fast and clear way to point to a specific area or object on the proof.
Easily draw a straight line on the proof to measure the precise distance between two points. The distances are based on the document setup, so are great for giving you life-size indication.
The Question tool uses @Mentioning technology to instantly notify other collaborators to join a review. @Mentioning can also be used within comment threads.
How do I convert existing Collaborators into Publishers?
What files can I share using the Uploader?
Do all users need a license?
A user who shares content for review is called a Publisher. Publishers require a GoProof licence, whereas users who are just being invited to review content are called Collaborators and can use the system free of charge. They don’t need a copy of Adobe CC either.
So for example, if there were 3 people in your creative team sending proofs to 25 collaborators, you would need 3 GoProof licences. The 25 collaborators would use the system for free. And you can invite as many collaborators as you want!