New Feature: Link a Project to a Work In Progress

One of our newest features allows you to easily link a new or existing project to a Work-In-Progress (WIP).  In case you haven’t used it, the Work-in-Progress feature allows you to get instant feedback by uploading a snapshot of your work in progress. You can continue to add future revisions in the same WIP. Now, you can link a finished project to a Work-In-Progress to help you show off the process behind a project.

In your Portfolio page, hover over a Project and click Edit Project.  At the top right of the Edit page, click Settings.  From there, look on the bottom right and click Link to WIP.  Select the appropriate WIP and Save Changes.  After saving, view your project to see a new module marked ”View Work In Progress” on the right hand column with a link to the appropriate WIP. Also, if a user is viewing a WIP that has a Project linked to it, there will be a View Full Project link at the bottom of the WIP.

5 comments

  1. Roman Przewodnik Po Warszawie
    — April 17, 2013 5:53 pm

    Very much I like features of this project:)

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    http://ar-tour-warszawa.pl/

  2. — June 14, 2013 3:57 pm

    I wish so much that you would allow us to move images from WIP to a project instead of linking.

  3. Meka Newman
    — July 16, 2013 7:35 pm

    me too steve…

  4. Ben
    — August 31, 2013 6:42 pm

    Holy cow Steve, you took the words right out of my mouth. I have been pulling my hair out all day trying to figure out how to drag and drop WIP to projects, use Lightroom’s published services to export to projects, etc., and it’s driving me nuts. Guess I’m six parts stupid because I cannot yet see the value of a photographer wanting 100 “WIP’s” up there instead of inside projects. Guess I’ll spend another 12 hours searching the web for more useful instruction.

  5. — November 22, 2013 11:13 am

    Thanks in advance for letting us know how to publish the work from Lightroom 5 directly to my projects (not to Work In Progress)

    At this time: I can only publish to Work-In-Progress, and do nothing about it (like clicking “publish as work”)

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