If your project or call sheet details don’t change often, you’ll love this. You can now duplicate Projects and Call Sheets…with just 2 clicks.
Useful when working with the same cast/crew often.
Duplicating a project is handy if you shoot different projects regularly with the same cast/crew and don’t want to go through the process of manually adding the same people from scratch.
(Just note that we don’t copy old call sheets; just your contacts)
How to Duplicate a Project
Head over to your Projects page, hover over an existing project, and click on the “Duplicate Project” icon. A pop-up will provide you with options to rename the project, upload a new image, and toggle whether you want to notify your cast & crew.
Click “Duplicate” and that’s it!
Duplicating Call Sheets
Useful when your call sheet details don’t change much day-to-day.
If you’re shooting in the same location (say a sound stage for example), and your call sheet details stay relatively the same, then duplicating a call sheet can save you the time of creating a new call sheet from scratch every day.
How to Duplicate a Call Sheet
Duplicating a call sheet is just as simple as duplicating a project.
Just go to your Call Sheets page, click the 3 dots on the righthand side of the grid, and select “Duplicate Call Sheet.” We’ll create a draft for you so you can edit any details (if you want to), and send at will.
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