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Invite, manager collaborators, and share a review link with your team to collect feedback as you edit — no need to render or export.

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Managing Collaborators


Invite and manage collaborators to a team or a project.

Within your team settings, there is a designated spot to invite collaborators to your team, see who is a member of your team, and who is guest within your team (for example, someone may be invited to a project but not to your entire team). You can always remove a collaborator from your team.

💡 Note: If you invite someone to your team, they will automatically have editing permissions to any project created. Don’t worry - there is a way to make sure someone on your team doesn’t have access to a certain project

Inviting collaborators to a team

Directly invite collaborators into your team by using the team settings page or navigating to the “invite” button on your dashboard.

Inviting collaborators to a project

Directly invite collaborators into a project using the share modal in the top left corner of the editor

💡 Note: If you directly invite someone to a project, but have yet to invite them to your team, they will be identified as a guest.


Whether you initially invited someone to your entire team or as a guest into a project, you can always adjust the permissions.

Project Owner: Created the project (Can delete a project, invite and remove collaborators, and use all editor capabilities)

Editor: Can delete a project, invite and remove the collaborators, and use all editor capabilities

Reviewer: Can view the project assets, project Scenes, and can comment/reply to feedback. A reviewer does not have access to editing capabilities and cannot delete a project

Additionally, If you are a Project owner or editor, you can decide whether your entire team has editing permissions or not. If you would like to invite certain collaborators from your Scenery team into your project, you can add them as an individual contributor to your project.

Finally, if you invite individual collaborators to the project (whether they are in your team or are acting as a guest), you can decide if they are just a reviewer or an editor.

Scene Review

Give collaborators a quick look into the project in progress. Whether it's first cut or a final edit, jump into Scene Review and share a review link to collect feedback — no need to render or export.

For Editors:

If you’re looking for your team or external reviewers to leave feedback, create a share link:

  1. Directly from an ongoing edit

  2. From an exported version

  3. From an existing video file

You or other editors can:

  1. Leave a comment directly on a scene

  2. Immediately make updates from the comments for reviewers to approve

For Reviewers:

If you’re looking to leave feedback for an editor, you will either:

  1. Receive an email asking you to review a specific project

  2. Receive a direct link to open up and leave comments on the Scene

You or other reviewers can:

  1. Leave time stamped comments and replies

  2. Leave range comments for precision

  3. See adjustments immediately as they’re made in the edit

Following Collaborators

If you are in a team, you can follow what an editor is doing from the canvas or the timeline of a project. You can see the edit as they see the edit and follow the precise changes they are making.

You will see a colorful avatar appear when someone else is in a project with you. To follow someone on your team, click on their avatar.

When you select the avatar, the editor will get a toast notification that they are now being followed by you.

💡 Pro tip: Make changes instantly instead of directing with words. This a great feature for when you are on the phone or on a Zoom call with another collaborator and you would like to give feedback or make changes directly to edit as you follow what the editor created.

This is also a great feature for when you are in the same project as the editor and you would like to shadow from afar in order to see the work that they are producing.

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