Introduction to the Queue View

Introduction to the Queue View

Understanding the Queue View

Your main view when going to look at content is your Queue View, understanding it will give you all general information you need on the fly.

What is the Queue View

When you navigate to the Content Page, you'll be able to see all the content broken up by client. After the client has gone through the approval process, our team will un-assign you from the task and your queue will clear the completed content draft requests from your view. This will also remove them from your "Assigned To Me" Widget on dashboard.

Your view is automatically filtered to only show content assigned to you. Each content draft request is grouped by platform but if you prefer to view the queue a different way (such as only seeing one client at a time) there are additional filters at the top of this screen.

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