Team Collaboration

Your team can now break up large projects and work on them together in real-time.

In this article:

Who is eligible?

How does it work?

How are Projects organized?

How to manage permission controls?

How to keep track of clips?

Who is eligible for Team Collaboration?

Team Collaboration is only available for Teams accounts with two or more licenses.

Don’t have a team? 

This might be the right time to add more team members to your account or start your first Team. For more information, visit our Teams page or contact your voice specialist to find the right solution for your needs.

How does it work?

Before, you would have to transfer ownership of the project to collaborate with team members, and only one collaborator could make edits at a time.

With Team Collaboration, you can now share projects with your team and manage the level of collaboration by selecting whether to collaborate with an individual member(s) or your whole team.

How are Projects organized?

Projects in Studio are now organized by Personal, Shared, and Team folders. 

  • Personal projects are your independent projects, not shared with anyone else. 
  • Shared projects are ones shared with specific members of your team. 
  • Team projects are projects shared by the whole team. 

 

Note: Reordering projects happen in real-time for all team members of shared projects.

How to manage permission controls?

To manage or update your team’s access, Click the ellipses (...) and click Share. Select which team member you would like to collaborate with and set the permissions you would like to grant. 

  • Full Access can view, edit, download, and change permissions. 
  • Can Edit can view and edit and download.
  • Can View can view and download.

How to keep track of clips?

Keep track of each team member's clips by renaming the audio file appropriately. We suggest names or initials at the beginning of the file name. 

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Note: Reordering clips happen in real-time for all team members on the shared project.