It’s Tuesday and time for a new Dramatify tutorial after a little vacation break. Today we talk about a central feature to Dramatify: Creating call sheets.

While creating a traditional call sheet is pretty much a stand-alone activity, in Dramatify it’s the endpoint of an intricate web of links. If you have prepped your project correctly, creating call sheets will only take a few minutes each.

In Dramatify, call sheets can be living documents. They can be pre-produced, continuously updated and added to, then published to your team at a time you decide.

If you need to update after publishing, even the same day, you just update your information and it’s immediately live . If you want, you can add a note in the Unit Notes about the update, and/or write a team message to everybody’s Dramatify inboxes.

Collaborate and delegate

Unlike creating a traditional call sheet, you can – if you want – also invite your team to collaborate on call sheets. For instance, you can let all department heads be responsible for writing their own requirements. Since Dramatify is mainly online and mobile, you don’t need to scrimp on the information. Each department can write as much or as little as they want without regards for paper consumption (but you can of course print as well).

Environmentally friendly call sheets

Eco-friendly TV and film production managementAnd that’s one of the great benefits of Dramatify
. You can dramatically cut down on throw-away information on paper and instead let people use their phones, tablets or laptops to access the daily call sheet. Great, right?


Get the tutorial

You find the new tutorial here: Creating call sheets and you might also want to read up on Planning as well as other important tutorials in our FAQ section to get the most out of Dramatify.

Happy call sheeting!


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