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A proof is a collection of files that you want to be reviewed together. The files in the proof do not have to be of the same type — a single proof can contain a promo video, a handout and a webpage capture — but they can be. For example, a proof with photo session results might contain hundreds of similar photographs. There is no limit on the number of files in a proof.
A reviewer is someone you'd like to share your work with in order to get their opinion and/or formal approval of your work. By contrast, in the context of the Team plan, we define a user as someone who will be creating and managing proofs, or someone who will need to have access to all team proofs regardless of whether they've been explicitly invited to any of them.
Active proof storage is the storage needed to house all your currently active proofs. To help you effectively manage your proofs, ProofMe will automatically archive old proofs after a configurable period of inactivity (30 days by default). You can always manually archive, unarchive and delete any proofs.
Archived proofs are still searchable and otherwise fully accessible in the system (including the ability to unarchive), but they do not count against your active proof storage limit, and will eventually be shelved to the cloud storage provider of your choice.
A comprehensive list of supported file types is available here. Don't see the file format you were looking for? Let us know, we are constantly expanding our file type support, and knowing what's important for our users helps us prioritize.
Nope! In fact, there is a fair share of single-person businesses on the Team plan that are using ProofMe to deliver some amazing work to their clients.
First of all, we love Dropbox, it was one of our first integrations. However, Dropbox + Adobe Acrobat is hardly a love story. When collaborating on a PDF in ProofMe, you get precise, contextual markup and comments just like Acrobat offers, but with real-time updates, email and in-app notifications, discussion threads, instant visibility into what everybody else is saying and the ability to link to specific comments. Best of all, unlike Acrobat, there are no files or software for the reviewers to install.