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I am wondering how others manage their copywriting proofs and documents. What is the lifecycle? Where do you save? Do you use the proofing tool or the approval workflow? Do you prefer people make suggested edits in Workfront or in the Word doc (as review comments)?

Our current flow:

Copywriters save document on their local drive, uploads to the proof tool, then updates as needed with new proof versions. When the designer needs it, they download the final to their local drive. We don't like to have the copy proofed in the design layout as that creates too much back and forth.

What I'd like to see:

Word document saved in a Sharepoint library, synced with Workfront to proof. Versions can be seen in Workfront and Sharepoint. Designer doesn't need to download the copy document to their machine to work on it - they just open up the synced file. Is this possible? If not, is this something on the roadmap?


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