Submitting & Sharing Proofs
Ziflow's proofing essentials. Create, manage, and share proofs.
Uploading Assets for ReviewDetailed guide on how to create new assets in Ziflow.
Uploading New Versions for ReviewAdding new asset versions to already existing projects.
Batch ReviewCreate assets using various file types in a single project.
Automated WorkflowsZiflow allows workflow stages to be run sequentially or parallelly within the same workflow.
Sharing an AssetSharing an asset allows you to make an asset available to other reviewers.
Proof subscriptionsAllow anyone to subscribe to the proof and make comments and/or decisions.
Duplicate AssetsUse this option to rerun the proof or make some changes to the workflow.
Allowing Reviewers Across Multiple StagesLet the same user contribute or make decisions in multiple stages, participate in both private and public stages.
Proof & Review Websites in ZiflowLearn how Ziflow can help you with to proof websites and what tools to use for it.
Proof & Review Rich Media assets in ZiflowLearn how Ziflow can help you with to proof HTML5 files and what tools to use for it.
Automatic Proof Creation (Google Drive, Dropbox & Intake Forms)Start automatically sending assets to Ziflow.
Creative Collaboration Using Adobe Creative CloudExpedite your production workflows by creating, working with, and sharing your Ziflow assets directly in your Adobe environment.
Creative Collaboration Using Final Cut Pro XStart submitting various digital media assets directly to Ziflow using Final Cut Pro X.
Share Assets for Review Direct From monday.comThis integration automatically creates assets based on files added to monday.com items.
Share Assets for Review Direct From AsanaThis integration allows users to create Ziflow proofs from the Asana task level.
Creative Collaboration With Google Drive AssetsLearn how Google Drive Docs can be uploaded into Ziflow.
Creative Collaboration With Figma ProjectsLearn how Figma design files can be uploaded into Ziflow.
How to Disconnect a Version From a Proof or Change a Previous Proof Version?Check how to connect versions and its subversions to a different proof set. See how to disconnect parent version to split one proof into two
Why Might the Proof Colors Vary Depending on Which Browser I'm Using?Sometimes proof colors look different from the original image. It is related to how the browser handles CMYK color profiles in jpeg images.