This is a two part issue, the first being for regular documents, the second part is for video.
So when you highlight things, there's no real indicated what you highlighted to the comment you made. It would be nice if the annotations were numbered, so there's a quick reference to which comment goes to which annotation.
Ability to download graphics, photos, pdfs, other documents with all annotations and comments.
Ability to print graphics, photos, pdfs, other documents with all annotations and comments.
Same thing as the documents above, it would be helpful to number each annotation, so it's easy to see which annotation goes with with comment without having to click on them.
The concept is nice, but it falls short in my opinion. For example, here's a typical workflow:
- Task assigned to editor
- Editor sees task in Adobe/Wrike extension panel
- Editor edits video
- Editor sends video to Wrike from Adobe/Wrike extension panel
- Wrike proofers and approvers review the file adding comments and annotations for changes
- The comments are then synched back to the Adobe/Wrike extension for the editor to see
- But the editor has no reference to what the comments are referring to... because the annotations don't come with the comments.
So my suggestion is, for Wrike to export a screenshot at each annotation timecode, and send that along with the comments, so the comments have some reference to them. The snapshot should have the annotation, timecode, and maybe even an overlay (or below the still frame) of the comments. Without this piece of the workflow, it means the current method breaks the workflow, and forces the editor to open the full version of Wrike so they can see the annotations that belong to the comments/changes.
Much like the DOCUMENTS above, it would also be nice to download a version of the video with the annotations and comments on them, so we can have a record if we lose the information in Wrike.