Understanding Status Labels of Articles

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At Posticy, we believe in empowering of users to efficiently manage and track their articles. That’s why we’ve implemented status labels that serve as helpful indicators of your article’s progress within a project. These labels ensure transparency, clarity, and seamless collaboration throughout the entire content creation process.

Let’s take a closer look at each status label and what it signifies:

  • Unused: This status applies to any article saved within a Project or in My content area. It signifies that active work has begun on the article’s content, but it has not yet been utilized in a campaign.
  • In Progress: Once one submit a publication proposal, the related article is marked as “In Progress”. This status assures you that the article is on its way to publication. If for any reasons, a Publisher rejects the publication proposal, the article status changes back to “Unused”.
  • Published: When your article has successfully been published, and the associated order has been completed, it receives the coveted “Published” status.

With these status labels, you have a clear overview of where each article stands in your project, allowing you to prioritize and monitor progress effortlessly. Our user-friendly interface ensures that you stay informed every step of the way, enabling you to make data-driven decisions for your campaigns.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, our support team is ready to help. Simply reach out and let us guide you toward article success.

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