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Sprint Release #51

Sprint 51 Release Note: Direct Asset Delivery to Cloudinary, Add Uploaded Images to Final Selection and Photo Review, New Task Kanbans, Update a Sample's Location with a Scan.

Hi there

We have launched some great updates to Creative Force and are happy to share the release notes with you!


Tejs and the product team


Asset Delivery Directly to

We are now offering a new standard final asset delivery destination: Cloudinary joins the existing asset delivery options:

  • Amazon S3
  • SFTP / FTP
  • Google Cloud Storage


Upload Images on Final Selection and Photo Review

We have updated the functionality of Final Selection and Photo Review Steps to allow the user to upload additional images. This enables the user to modify the suite of imagery associated with the product without resetting the product back to the photography step.

Final Selection (Gamma)


Final Selection on Position Level (Gamma)


Photo Review Viewing Alts (Gamma)


New Task Kanbans in LABS

We have added an additional task kanban to the LABS section of Creative Force. The Photo Review task list is now also equipped with the 'search and filter' functionality, which you'll recognize from the Assets feature, such as:

  • Powerful and fast free-text search
  • Predefined production and product filters
  • Customizable private views


Multiple Columns Sorting for Production view

We updated the production view to support primary and secondary sorting of columns. To sort the columns:

Primary Sorting

Click the column header without holding any key to sort the selected column only.

Secondary Sorting

Hold shift and click on further column headers for secondary sorting on the selected columns.


Display other Production Types in Post-Production QC

We have added the option to display other Production types side-by-side with the one that is being reviewed in the post-production QC step.


Change Sample Location via scan

We have added a new option to the scan flows. The user can now update the location of products/samples via a dedicated scanning flow.