This is where account admins will establish defaults for comment settings. To start adjusting decision settings, please go to Settings -> Proofing Settings -> Comments, as shown in the screenshot below.
Decision settings are divided into 3 parts:
1. Label settings
Summary: Ziflow administrators can manage and add new labels. These labels help reviewers, and proof creators navigate through specific comment types.
How does it work?
Click on the + Add label button. Once the label is added to the list, click on the default name and enter a new one. You can change the order of labels by dragging them up or down the list. Enable this feature by toggling the switch to Active.
Admins can also decide who can use labels by choosing the appropriate setting in the menu above the label list.
2. Reactions reactions settings (Business & Enterprise editions)
Comment reactions settings are configurable just for Business and Enterprise Editions.
Enable/disable reactions - Administrators can enable or disable specific reactions which will be at reviewers' disposal during the proof review process.
Allow reacting on locked stages/proofs - By default, reviewers are not allowed to post/edit their comment reactions when their stage or whole proof is locked. When stage/proof is locked, the React button will be disabled, and already-added reactions will be greyed out.
3. Other comment Settings
Admins might use 5 additional settings to determine default comment permissions.
Show comments on public URL - by switching off this toggle, you will hide all the comments for everyone who opens the proof with the public URL
Enable @AI in comments - this assistant uses advanced algorithms to provide additional feedback and suggestions during the review, helping you to improve your work even further. Read more about collaborating with Ziflow AI.
Allow reviewers to comment on locked or skipped stages - allows reviewers to add comments and replies on proofs even if a reviewer’s stage is locked, skipped, or not yet started. This enables reviewers to reply to any @mentions on a proof, collaborate with other reviewers, and continue the conversation, regardless of the stage status.
Note: This will not change a reviewer’s ability to see proofs on the proof lists or in notifications.
Allow resolving comments - who is allowed to resolve comments.
Allow deleting comments - allow who may delete comments.
Label and resolve comments (for reviewers)