The review and approval process isn’t limited to creative departments. Virtually every position in every department in every organization is producing content that requires some kind of signoff. inMotion’s intuitive Review Workspace and easy-to-use routing tools can be applied to all kinds of assets.
Here are just a few examples:
- Strategy plans
inMotion is great for reviewing internal content – especially for important items like strategic documents, where archiving feedback and having accountability for signoff is important.
- Tweets and Status Updates
Just because it’s social doesn’t mean it’s not serious! If your business is on Twitter, Facebook, or other social platforms, chances are there’s an approval process for what you post. Tweak your tweets with inMotion’s tools and ensure that all of your social content has met brand standards.
- Blog posts
Frequency is an important part of blogging, which makes speed a critical part of the approval process. Let inMotion keep your blog posts from getting stuck at dial-up speed.
- Press releases
A press release is a powerful tool for presenting your company to the world. As such, releases tend to undergo thorough review from many stakeholders. An approval workflow solution like inMotion can help to facilitate the process and ensure your publicist collects every valuable bit of feedback.
- Technical documents
inMotion can be immensely useful for collecting feedback on technical content like product spec sheets. Revision requests on these complex documents can be challenging to communicate over email. With inMotion, you can mark-up assets online just like you would a print out (but more legible!).
A properly designed survey can take many rounds of thoughtful revision, and requires a lot of complicated feedback. inMotion makes it easy to display your survey – whether as an uploaded document or captured webpage – and to collect reviews.
- Design Concepts
If you’re deciding between several design concepts before beginning the approval process, inMotion can help. Just upload the designs, select “opinion review” and share. Reviewers can rate each concept on a scale of 1-5 stars, letting you know which concept is the most promising.
- On-hold voiceovers
Many businesses have an on-hold message that plays for callers and describes important company news or featured products and services. With inMotion’s support for audio files, you can easily share these recordings and collect feedback and approval on this popular messaging tool.
- Video scripts
The approval process for a video can be very complex. Chances are your video will begin with a script and maybe even a storyboard. Don’t wait until you’re recording your final shoot to use inMotion’s review functionality. Enlisting the Approval Workflow Solution in the initial stage of the project makes the entire process more efficient and keeps revision requests archived for the entirety of the project.
- Tutorial videos
When you think about applying inMotion to video files, the first thing you think of might be television advertisements. But many businesses create videos for an entirely different purpose – tutorials. Tutorials are an incredibly valuable tool for any business, and using inMotion can help you get feedback so you can make these videos available to your customers or employees.
What are some unexpected things that you’ve used inMotion to review?