We are excited to announce Project Timelines in Slope! Now it's easier than ever to map out plans, keep an eye on key deadlines, and track work through multiple stages.
We're excited to introduce Work Requests to Slope! Work Requests make it easy for teams to submit, review, and approve requests – and instantly create the resulting projects and tasks right in Slope. We know work requests are difficult to manage, and if they were a game show challenge, they may look something like this:
We hear a lot of feature requests here at Slope. A. Lot. Any sales call inevitably ends with the customer suggesting some kind of addition to the product, and it can be difficult to prioritize the feedback. As a startup, we need to be very intentional at how we allocate our resources and time when choosing which features to add into the product and when. Here’s some insight into our process when we receive feature requests.
This month we've released some great new features that we're really excited to tell you about. As always if there's something you think would help make Slope the perfect tool for you we're always open for suggestions. Without further ado let's get into the good stuff!
We are happy to introduce Multi-Image Review to Slope tasks!
We have good news–you can now attach files to projects and tasks in Slope!
You can now use @mentions in Slope to send a notification and grab the attention of a team member.
Now you can easily search collections, projects, and tasks in Slope.
We are happy to announce project templates in Slope to help your team create standard project plans and common workflows.
The review process can be one of the most frustrating stages of a video project. Most teams end up hacking together an ineffective process using email and file sharing tools. At Slope, we want to make this process easier, and that's why we're excited to launch video annotations! Now it’s easier than ever to provide accurate feedback on videos.
Staying organized is hard. We know this pain incredibly well from our time as a creative agency. Tracking deliverables and staying organized with lots of people doing lots of work across lots of projects requires a Herculean level of attention to detail. With Stage Tracker, teams now have a top level view of all work in progress.
The review process can be one of the most frustrating stages of a creative project. Most teams end up hacking together an ineffective process using email and file sharing tools (heaven-forbid you print something, draw on it, and scan it!). At Slope, we want to make this process easier, and that's why we're excited to launch image annotations!