What is a proof version?

Last update: 2023-06-27
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Workfront’s proofing features help your organization manage the review and approval process across multiple iterations of a file using versions.

A basic definition of a version is a revised copy of a proof. For example, the design for your organization’s booth at the user conference has gone through the initial review and approval process using Workfront’s proofing features. Corrections have been made, and the updated file is ready for review.

The new file can be added to Workfront as a version of the original file.

This “stacks” the version on top of the original file, maintaining a history of the revisions while ensuring you’re viewing the latest iteration of the work. Workfront’s proofing viewer also allows you to compare the latest version to an earlier version of the file.

Let’s get started reviewing and comparing proof versions.

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