Filestage is a program where the user can collaborate with their peers or clients to work together on creative projects. With the Filestage software, users along with the peers and clients can work together on videos, pdf files, and images, and users can see comments and feedback from the other parties. All of the Filestage access is done in the web browser so the clients or your peers will never need to download anything to comment on your images or other content that is being created. Collaborations take place in real time, so when the client comments or submits an add change request, you see it right away and can right back to work. The Filestage software integrates a to-do list so you can see everything you still have to do and you are able to add your own custom branding so clients always know exactly who you are and your brand. Filestage is available for web and mobile and starts at $29 per month to use. Filestage is a good tool for any person in a creative field of work and who works with a team to create content. Being able to collaborate with team members right on the Filestage interface without making everyone download everything is not only convenient but efficient as it avoids problems with users who can't download it or take too long to download. Filestage makes it very easy to see when a team member leaves a comment or feedback and respond without getting confused about who is where. Filestage being available on the computer, tablet, and mobile phone is great because you can take it everywhere and always be up to date on the status of your project. Filestage is a fun way to get everyone on board with a project and to get things done with everyone working as a team.
- Easily collaborate with team members on content
- Easily manage products and reviews
- Brand the software to fit your organization
- User friendly interface
- Can handle nearly any kind of file
- Able to brand the software to fit your organization
- Team members need to be invited to projects to collaborate, it is not automatic.
- Buggy and struggles with larger files