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How Your Team Is Formed

Once you have a few creatives whose work you like and who have gotten to know your brand, you’ll have the option to invite them to work on your projects. You’ll find those team members when creating your project in the second step. Once the project reaches your current queue, if the team member is available, it will be added to their queue for them to work on.

While you certainly don’t have to, we recommend inviting team members as it helps the system and Project Manager form your team as you go along. 

Forming your team is an important step toward ensuring your satisfaction at Flocksy. As you have different types of projects completed on the platform, you’ll be able to build a collection of team members who are familiar with your brand. When you click on “My Team” in your dashboard, you’ll see your different team members for each type of project.

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As you get to know your team members’ strengths and preferences, you can better choose the creatives who are perfect for each project. Keep in mind that just because you invite them doesn’t mean they’ll be able to complete the project. That’s why it’s important to have multiple options. If none of your chosen team members are available, the system will add a creative who can do a great job.

At Flocksy, you can choose from a variety of skilled creatives who can quickly deliver high-quality work. By forming your team, you’re setting yourself up for success.

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