Tucanna updates tFlow job submission

Tucanna Software has updated its tFlow Approval tool, which is used for collaboration platform for submitting, annotating, preflighting, and tracking jobs and files. It’s designed to work with tFlow Production as part of an automated workflow.

Version 2.1 has done away with the need for FTP and adds separate areas for extra files and instructions alongside each job order.

In the new version, there are no limits to file types, so any file type can now be dropped into the artwork drop zone. If the file can be converted to PDF, it will be preflighted. Otherwise it will be stored as a native file. As soon as it has been converted/saved, the user is notified that it has arrived and can download it, work with it, and then upload the print ready file as the second revision.

It can be installed in the local network or in the cloud, and is accessible via a standard web browser. All files, comments, annotations, versions and job histories are stored in one place, eliminating the confusion that multiple files and conversation threads stored across many users’ computers entails.


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