The review content step is one of the three types of steps that a user can add to a workflow/approval process (recall the other two are create graphic and rejected content). Review content is used whenever you need a user to approve, reject or provide feedback for content – that is, for a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram post that is still in draft and being worked on.
For each particular review content step that you establish – through the Approval Process tab (accessed via the Manage Account button on the sidebar) – you should choose a name that best describes its role in the workflow. You might, for example, set up a step called “Agency Manager Approval”, and later in the same workflow, “Client Legal Approval” – these are two hypothetical names out of clearly many possibilities, depending on your and your client’s requirements.
Posts in the review content screen are grouped by default by platform, under headings for Facebook, Twitter and then Instagram. Posts may be filtered through the filter bar.
Each post will have transition buttons underneath it, corresponding to the transitions that have been defined for this particular step of the workflow. The example below shows two buttons, APPROVE and REJECT , that have been defined for the review content step within all three of the the default Rivuu workflows.
Clicking on APPROVE will open a pop-up section, allowing you to add notes if you wish and then to confirm your approval. Once approved, the post is removed from the review content step and transitioned to the next step of the assigned workflow.
Clicking REJECT opens a pop-up section asking for the rejection reason, and then similarly allowing you to enter notes that will be viewed by the user/s to whom the post is sent.
If a review content step has multiple approvers, their avatars will appear under the transition buttons. As each of these users gives their approval for the post, their avatar will be marked with a green circle around it.
Posts in the review content step are fully editable – you can modify/add text directly. Clicking on the post's image will open a browser dialogue, allowing you to select a new image to upload and replace the existing one. Any changes made are immediate and automatically stored – there is no “save” button.
As well as making it editable, clicking on a post brings up its transition history, listing all approvals and rejections it has undergone. To the right of the TRANSITIONS is the CHANGES tab. Here the actual changes made to a post, from its inception in Create Content and going forward, are listed in order of date and time.
The same pop-up section also contains date and time icons in its top right-hand corner, allowing you to reschedule the post as required. Next to these is the trash icon, used to delete the post entirely.