Proof progress indicates the work done on a proof from the time you send the proof to reviewers to the time they make a decision on the proof.
Information in this article is also in Viewing the Progress and Status of a Proof in Workfront.
The progress icons, S, O, C, and D, appear in the progress bar indicate proof progress.
They indicate the following information about a proof:
Progress Icon 
Description 
Sent. The proof has been sent to reviewers. 


Opened. A reviewer has opened the Proof details page or opened the proof itself in the Proofing Viewer. 
Comments. Reviewers (users who can make comments) have made comments have been made on the proof. If no reviewers are designated for the proof, this icon does not display. 

Decision. A reviewer has made a decision on the proof. If no approvers (decision makers) are designated for the proof, this icon does not display. 
These icons can appear in the following colors to indicate certain information about the proof's progress:
 Green. Complete.
 White. Not complete.
 Orange. Not complete and deadline is less than 24 hours.
 Red. Not complete and past the deadline.
Workfront Proof uses the progress icons to track a proof's progress at each of the following levels:
 For each reviewer, based on that person's activity on the proof.
 For each stage, based on the progress the reviewer on the stage who is most behind in the proofing process. For more information, see "Understanding Stages."
 For the proof, based on the progress of the stage (group of reviewers) who is the most behind in the proofing process.
For an example of how Workfront Proof determines progress using the reviewer or stage that is most behind, suppose three reviewers on a proof need to make a decision. If two of them have made their decision but the third has not, the progress bar for the proof does not show the D in green because of the outstanding decision.
If the Primary Decision Maker setting is selected on a proof and the primary decision maker submits a decision, the D in the proof progress bar turns green for all reviewers because no other decisions are required.
Similarly, if the Only One Decision Required setting is selected on a proof and any reviewer submits a decision, the D in the proof progress bar turns green for all reviewers because no other decisions are required.
The proof status displays the status of decisions that are required for the proof.
The standard status options are:
 Pending
 Approved
 Approved with Changes
 Changes Required
 Not Relevant
If custom decisions are configured in your account, the status options reflect your custom decision settings.
The status of the proof is driven by the “worst case” participant. For example, suppose there are three decisions on the proof: two have the status of Accepted and one has the status of Rejected. The "worst case" decision of Rejected overrules the other decisions and the overall status of the proof is shown as Rejected.
You can view progress and status for proofs, stages, and reviewers on each stage.
Each proof in the folder has an expandable summary that lets you quickly view and edit the details of the proof.
To expand or collapse the summary:
 Click the arrow to the left of the proof in the Dashboard or any list view.
The summary includes the following:
 Workflow (2)
 Version (3)
 Folder (4)
 State (5)
In the summary, you can view and edit the following details of your proof:
 Proof progress (1)
 Progress of each stage (2)
 Deadline set for the stage (3)
 Reviewer details:
 Number of comments and replies made by each reviewer (4)
 Each reviewer's progress (5)
 Decision (if a decision has included an electronicsignatures, an icon will be shown next to the decision indicating this.) (6)
 Role on the proof (7)
 Email alert settings (8)
NOTE Your ability to edit the proof details depends on your permission profile in the account and the role on the proof.
Stage Actions Menu
Every stage of your workflow has a separate menu, allowing you to perform bulk actions related to the reviewers in that stage.
The Stage actions menu appears when you hover over the Stage section (1) and allows you to
 Message all (2)
 Share (3)
 Delete stage (4)
NOTE The availability of these options depends on your rights on the proof (see Profiles and permissions and Proof roles ).
In the Summary section, you can also access the reviewer actions menus, provided you have edit rights on the proof. For more information, see "Profiles and permissions" and "Proof roles." The Reviewer actions menu (1) appears when you hover over the Reviewer's details and allows you to:
 Send a message to the reviewer (2)
 Edit reviewer's details (3) lets you edit the display name, proof role and email alert for that reviewer
 Make them the owner of the proof (4)
 Make them the primary decision maker (5)
 Remove from the proof (6)
NOTE The visibility of these options depends on your rights on the proof (see Profiles and permissions and Proof roles ).
Proof Actions Menu
Each proof also has a menu (1) that allows you to perform the below actions:
 You can access the Proof details page (2)
 Share the proof with other people (3)
 Send a message to reviewers (4)
 Create a new version of the proof (5)
 Copy the proof (6)
 Download the original file (7)
 Share proof links (8)
 Print comments (9)
 Request an Excel summary of the proof (10)
 Lock the proof (11)
 Delete the proof (12)
NOTE The availability of these options depends on your rights on the proof (see Profiles and permissions and Proof roles).
For information about viewing proof progress and status within Workfront, see "Viewing the Progress and Status of a Proof in Workfront."
For information about viewing progress and status in the Desktop Proofing Viewer, see "Reviewing a Workflow in the Proofing Viewer."
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