Unity Workflow - Adding Draft Due Dates And Publishing Windows

When creating your Project you will need to set Draft Due Dates for each Unit in your Offer. These dates can be added per each individual Unit or they can be set in bulk. Once you have added your Draft Due Dates, you will need to set the Publishing Window for your Project. 

Adding Draft Due Dates Per Unit

1. After Adding Units to your Project, you will need to select the Draft Due Dates. To do this select the menu option and select Edit

2. Once on the Edit Unit Details page, you will have the option to select a specific date for the Draft Due Date or you can set the Draft Due Date relative to the Publishing Date. Choosing to have the Draft Due Dates relative to the Publishing Date will allow you to select a certain number of days that the Draft will need to be due before the Publishing date. When setting a relative due date, you will also have the option to skip weekends in the total number of days allowed for the draft submission. 

3. After you have added your Due Dates, you will be able to add the rest of the requirements and elements for your Unit. Once saved, you can view the Draft Due date you have set directly on the Unit card. 

4. Now that you have added your Draft Due Dates, you will need to set your Publishing Window. The Publishing Window allows Creators to choose a specific date to post their content based on the window of time you have selected. To select your Publishing Window, click on the calendar option and choose the dates that you would like your Creators to be able to select. Please note that for each date, only one Creator will be allowed to publish unless you add more Publishing Slots to your calendar.

Adding Draft Due Dates In Bulk

1. After Adding Units to your Project, you will need to select the Draft Due Dates. To add your Draft Due Date in bulk, select the Apply a Draft Due Date to All Units option under the Draft Due Date section of your Project. 

2. Once on the Edit Unit Details page, you will have the option to select a specific date for the Draft Due Date or you can set the Draft Due Date relative to the Publishing Date. Choosing to have the Draft Due Dates relative to the Publishing Date will allow you to select a certain number of days that the Draft will need to be due before the Publishing date. When setting a relative due date, you will also have the option to skip weekends in the total number of days allowed for the draft submission.

3. Now that you have added your Draft Due Dates, you will need to set your Publishing Window. The Publishing Window allows Creators to choose a specific date to post their content based on the window of time you have selected. To select your Publishing Window, click on the calendar option and choose the dates that you would like your Creators to be able to select. Please note that for each date, only one Creator will be allowed to publish unless you add more Publishing Slots to your calendar.




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