Overall Satisfaction with Filestage
Our marketing department uses FileStage as a collaborative proofing platform every day to review design infographics, whitepapers, case studies, social media graphics, newsletters and video. It's also very easy to use with people outside our department and/or organization with a simple email invite. So bringing in new collaborators is a breeze. Filestage gives us a real time platform to proof/review all of our projects in a timely manner, where I control deadlines and reminders. It's made our proofing process very efficient and works wonderfully for a company like ours with offices across the U.S. and Canada.
- Filestage makes it very easy to add new collaborators without any hassle. All you need is their email address and Filestage takes care of the rest.
- Managing who can and cannot see a project is very easy with Filestage. You control when a project gets in front of the right people at the right time.
- Staying organized is a walk in the park when using Filestage. Adding project folders and projects is easy and intuitive.
- I would like to see a little more control over sending reminders to review a project. Maybe a notification to let the level of urgency for a rush job for tight turnarounds would be helpful.
- I would like to have maybe one more level of the folder structure to separate a large group of projects by the user.
- The biggest ROI comes in the form of time. Automatic reminders, and ease of use saves me from micromanaging the process and allows me to tackle other tasks while a project is in review.
Filestage is by far the easiest and most affordable option for our team.
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Filestage is perfect for staging a review with multiple stakeholders from different organizations. You can control who sees your project and when they can see it. Controlling this aspect of the review process is so important because some stakeholders might not understand a work in process and really only need to see something that's close to finished, while other collaborators might need to get in earlier to make art changes, copy changes, etc.