Studio Projects lets you share critical files—not just PDFs—with specific people who can review those files or update them. Project employs a document management system that prevents multiple users from updating files at the same time. You can determine which users are allowed to perform which actions in a Project by controlling their permissions. PDFs in a Project can also be used to start a new Session or added to an existing Session.
Before you can start a Studio Project you must create a Studio account.
You will need a validated Studio account to create a Studio Project. If you have not established one yet,
To start a new Project:
Enter a name for the Project and click OK. The Studio tab changes to show the empty Project.
To add initial Project files, select from the following options:
Additional files and folders can be added to the Project later as well.
By default, no other users are granted access to a new Project and permissions for any who are invited are very limited. You can change these conditions by configuring the Project Settings.
Inviting somebody to a Project automatically adds them as an Allowed User in the Project Settings
To invite a user to the Project:
When in the Project, click Invite on the Studio tab. The Project Invitation dialog box appears.
To add invitees from the address book of your default email program, click Address Book.
Note: The email program must be MAPI compliant for Revu to access its address book. The address books from web-based email like Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo cannot be accessed.
When a Project is deleted, it and all of it files are removed from the Studio Server. For Projects created using Studio Server 3.0 or higher, this can be undone; for Projects created using an earlier version of Studio Server, this is permanent and cannot be undone.
It is recommended that before deleting a Project that you join the Project and save any files you might want to keep.
To delete a Project:
Create a Studio Account
Defining Access and Permissions in Studio Projects
Working with Files in a Studio Project
Starting a Studio Project Workflow