Summary: Ziflow Viewer is the main part of Ziflow. It allows reviewers to review and submit decisions for uploaded assets. Various built-in features will allow proof reviewers to assess creatives, leave feedback & make decisions. This document is a great starting point for any reviewers who were invited to collaborate on a proofing project in Ziflow.

Available for: Ziflow Proof Viewer is available for each reviewer invited to the proof. There are no limitations, simply click on a proof invitation and start collaborating with others on the project.

Reviewers may or may not see certain buttons depending on the proof permissions they have been granted.

How does it work?

1. Proof Viewer menu

Click to display the Proof Viewer menu. From the layout, you can follow various actions such as:

2. Proof version selector

From this dropdown, you can switch between available proof versions. Please note that you need to be invited to the specific proof version in order to see it.

Users with appropriate rights are also allowed to create new proof versions from this place.

3. Compare mode

Click to enter comparison mode.

See “Comparing Proof Versions in Proof Viewer” for more details.

4. User Avatar

Hover over to see a username and email address.

5. Page thumbnails

Click to reveal or hide the page thumbnails (only displays on proofs that have more than one page or multiple files in a proof).

6. Single, Continous & Magazine layout

Switch between different document layouts.

Read more about this feature here: Continuous page view & Magazine layout

7. Text Search

When a spelling mistake is made, it’s possible to occur in multiple places on a proof. With the “Text Search” feature, reviewers will be able to look for the same words or sentences throughout the whole text.

See "Text Search in Proof Viewer"

8. Page Navigator

Scroll through the pages by clicking on the next page or previous page.

9. Marquee zoom

Click to enter marquee zoom mode. Then please click and hold a left mouse button over the proof. Select which part of the proof you want to zoom in. Once you let the mouse button, the selected part of the proof will be zoomed in.

10. Increase / Decrease zoom level buttons and zoom level dropdown menu.

You can zoom in/out using the + and - buttons.

On the right-hand side, there is a popup menu that allows you to pick a zoom level from a predetermined list of options.

11. Commenting mode

Once this mode is activated, then a reviewer can start adding a markup along with comments.

12. Panning mode

Panning mode allows you to click and drag the proof around the proof window. When panning mode is activated, the hand turns blue. If it is deactivated, it will be white. If you select the measurement tool or any of the markup tools, then panning mode will automatically be deactivated.

13. Rotate

Click to rotate the proof image by 90 degrees.

14. Measurement Tool

Click the measurement tool to reveal the measurement pallet

See “Measurement Tool in Proof Viewer” for more details.

15. Complete review / Make decision

Reviewers with comment-only rights will see a Complete review button. Reviewers with decision permissions will see a Make decision button - click to select your decision.

See “Finishing a Review & Understanding Proof Decisions in Proof Viewer” for more details.

16. Add comment

Click to open the comment box where you can type your observations. You may also link your comments with annotations on the proof image.

See "Markup, comment, label, resolve & attach files in Proof Viewer"

17. View comments

This button will display all comments attached to the proof and brief information if it was added.

Additional Information:

  • If you hold the CTRL or Apple key down the mouse scroll wheel will zoom in and out

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