Sunday, September 09, 2007

No More Asterisks If You Were Invited

Good news! From now on when you follow the link to see the details of a project, you will be able to see the script and script notes in full, without the annoying asterisks that were previously visible. Plus, you will now have more information to decide if you want to submit an audition or proposal for a project. Some voice seekers request to hide their contact info, that's what the asterisks are used for.

Please note that the asterisks will be removed only in projects for which you have been invited to submit an audition or proposal. If you haven’t been invited, the asterisks will still appear. Make sure that you are signed into our system when looking at the details of each project so that the system will know if the person opening the page has been invited.

As usual, this improvement to our system was done thanks to the feedback received from users like you. If you like this feature, or if you have more ideas to share with us, please comment down here.

Thank you!

Voice123 - The Voice Marketplace
by Alex Torrenegra
Leader and Co-founder

5 comments:

Craig said...

How about making the script text black instead of gray? As far as I can tell, there's no logical reason for it to be gray.

Gray makes it very, very hard to read.

My $0.02.

Dina said...

I like that change. Thank you.

I do have a couple of other suggestions. Could you please put the budget in the opening page and on the inbox page? As it is now we have to click to open the details page first to see the budget.

Also, could there please be a distinction between an audition being opened as opposed to being deleted?

Thanks again.

Forensic Document Examination said...

Fantastic! Everything which leads to gainful employment is a great move and step in the right direction everyone should love to hear about.

Voice talent isn't a dime a dozen, and there's always the ideal voice out there for each and every project.

Having additional ways to connect to potential gigs works for many individuals.

Thank you for making this happen.

Joseph Zarek

Anonymous said...

Hi! My first language is French, and i would love to know on the opening page wich language the seekers is looking for. I do English to but, i know there's lots of better talent than me in my second language, so i always lose my time on opening the page to see the language required. I only do English when they want a French accent, or when they ask me in private.

My other request or suggestion. It would be awesome if we could have an option to say to seekers that we're away on a vacation or for a couple of days and that we can't answer for the moment. I would feel way more professional, than answer to them days later, and say: "i'm sorry, i was on vacation..." it always feel a little bit unprofessional to answer by sorry.

Thanks alot, and hope it can come to reality :)

Galvanized said...

Thanks for the heads-up, Alex. :) The change might prove helpful for those of us without premium membership.