All-New Frame.io Enhancements to Make Your Work Flow

Frame.io has had a busy 2022. We spent our first full year as an Adobe company, announced strategic new partnerships, and returned to in-person trade shows—which meant that we had a chance to meet with many of our customers and get your feedback on our product. While we always love to hear how Frame.io helps you in your day-to-day life, we also want to know what you think we could do to make your workflow even better.

This week, we’re happy to announce that we’re adding six key enhancements that make it easier than ever for video creators and stakeholders to collaborate. By expanding sharing capabilities, improving commenting functionality, and giving you increased control over permissions, we hope these upgrades create a more enjoyable Frame.io user experience.

Improved sharing

We know that Review and Presentation links are critical to getting clients to “yes.” That’s why we’ve made it possible for you to choose the order your assets appear in, so you can now control what your stakeholders need to see first. You can sort assets in Review links by name, upload date, and file size, or you can create a custom order.

We’ve also made it faster for you to send those links by adding smart-share settings that remember your most recent Review link customizations, saving you valuable time and clicks. And we’ve expanded the amount of recipients in our auto-suggest lists so you don’t have to hunt for the names of people you commonly send links to.

Enhanced comment editing

We know how important precise feedback is to creatives and stakeholders, so we’ve boosted some of the comment flow functionality to enable clearer communications for everyone.

Now, when frame-accurate feedback shifts through the review process, you can edit the location and range of the comment after it’s been submitted. Or you can correct commenting mistakes throughout Review links. And you can even sort comments on PDFs by page numbers, which makes it easier to go through scripts or lengthy documents.

Enterprise-level control

We heard you when you said that you were sometimes surprised to learn that more paid seats had been added to your Frame.io Enterprise account.

With this release, Enterprise users will be able to manage their account with confidence. New admin settings that allow (or disallow) Team Members to add Collaborators to projects means you’re always in control of the number seats you’re paying for. You get more flexibility—and no more surprises—because we know that especially when you’re creating content at scale, surprises are rarely a good thing.

Keep it coming

As always, we love to hear from you and hope you’ll continue to give us valuable constructive feedback. Keep it coming so we can keep making Frame.io a better, more flexible, more robust product in 2023—and beyond.

For detailed information about these new enhancements, please visit updates.frame.io.

Jason Druss

Jason Druss is a Product Marketing Manager at Frame.io, an Adobe company. A member of Colorist Society International (CSI), Jason was previously a Senior Colorist at WarnerMedia Studios, a Colorist at NFL Films, and a Davinci Resolve Product Specialist at Blackmagic Design.

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