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Creating a Task: Using the Additional details
Creating a Task: Using the Additional details

More specific details, just for your approved creator πŸ˜‰

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Written by Deimante
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Maximize the potential of your task by using the Additional details 🀩

A field inside the Video Brief that will allow you to give more instructions, clarifications, etc. to your chosen creator πŸ”—

What to put in Additional Details?

Some suggestions of what you can put in the Additional Details ✍️

  • Your Brand Story, or more details about your brand to provide context to the creator

  • Link to your brand page, so the creator has a better idea of your brand's vibe

  • Links to video references

  • What background you would prefer (e.g indoor, outdoor, plain background, etc.)

  • How you would like to style the creator (e.g. wear a sporty outfit, tie your hair up, wear light makeup, put on a suit, etc)

  • Requests to ask the creator to follow the script word for word

  • Emotions you want your creator to show

  • If you prefer voice over for your video

  • ... and so much more!

If you ordered Editing services for your task, this field provides an excellent space to include instructions, links to brand assets, brand colors, and anything else our Motion Graphics team might need to place your add-ons. πŸš€

DOs and DON'Ts when using this field:

❌ Put the script that your creator has to follow

βœ… Put the script in the scenes and mentions instead

❌ A promo code that they need to use to purchase your product

βœ… Brands should send the creators the product on their own

❌ A link to a script on another website

βœ… We prefer Brands use the "Scenarios and Mentions" part of the task for the script of the video, to help us through the approval process

Where to find the additional details?

When you create your task, on the Video Brief page of the Task Creation Process

You will see the "Additional details" Field after the Scenario πŸ€“

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