Some projects require an additional level of protection. In Punchlist, you can add password protection on any project to ensure that only specific people can view your creative work.
To add a password to your project, navigate to the Project Settings page. Under General Settings, scroll down to the Security section. Click the slider to enable password protection, then add a password.
Once you save the project, the password screen will appear each time anyone accesses the project URL.
Archive Completed Projects
Archiving a project in Punchlist is easy. You may want to archive a duplicated project, hide completed projects, or just clean up your dashboard
Attach Files To Comments To Provide Clarity
When leaving a comment for feedback, Punchlist allows you to upload files as a part of your commentary or in your reply
Adding Comments To A Project In Punchlist
Punchlist allows you to provide feedback on images, PDFs, and even live websites
View Your Project On Desktop, Table, And Mobile
No more scrambling around looking for your iPad or borrow your friend’s Android device when using Punchlist
Show That Work Is Happening With Item Status
Use the status feature to quickly inform project collaborators of the current progress of each feedback item
Link Directly To An Item In Punchlist
Sometimes you need to point someone directly to a piece of feedback
Rename A Project In Punchlist
When you initially create a project within Punchlist you are required to set a project name
How To Use Project Submission Page
Your Project Submission Page allows you to receive projects from anyone
Add A Project Password For Additional Security
In Punchlist, you can add password protection on any project to ensure that only specific people can view your creative work
Sort Feedback Items Within Project
We offer a few different methods for quickly sorting and filtering through feedback on each page to reduce time spent searching for specific comments or files