Manage Collaboration During Post More Effectively with Everytime

By , posted 8 September 2015

Anyone who's worked on a creative project knows that one of the hardest things is managing the review and feedback process, particularly when you can't always get everyone in the same room. Feedback and direction in emails or on the phone only goes so far. As always, it's way more effective to be able to show someone what you mean. The is where Everytime comes in - a new way to work collaboratively on creative projects. Check out the video:



More information is available at the Everytime website.

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