Yearbook Team, Assemble! Managing Your Yearbook Team
Looking to make a yearbook? You can’t do it alone. Behind every great yearbook is an equally great yearbook team, working tirelessly behind the scenes to get the job done.
Great teams need great leaders. Without proper management, each member of your superpowered yearbook team will push ahead with their own vision of the yearbook, knocking into each others’ work, doing the same job twice, and generally banging into walls and furniture in the ensuing confusion.
If you’re looking for a pain-free way to organise your yearbook team, the easiest way to manage them is by setting individual permissions in Yearbook Hub.
Heroic Squad Roles
Every superhero team is filled out with interesting and quirky characters, each with their own powers. Your yearbook team is no different. With Yearbook Hub, you can assign each team member one of five different heroic roles:
With the less-than-incredible ability to view your proof, but not to edit it, The Viewer superpower should be reserved for anybody you don’t want to change your yearbook project. If you want someone’s opinion on your design, this is how you can get it.
Pow! Wallop! That’s the sound of your Photographer taking great photos and uploading them straight to Yearbook Hub. However, they don’t have the ability to edit any part of your yearbook. Every great yearbook starts with great photos, so this role is essential.
Your Staff focus their power towards individual sections of your yearbook. Assign each Staff member to their own section, and they’ll have the power to edit that section, and only that section. With great power comes great responsibility, so split it between your Staff.
Editing any section in the book and managing the overall project is no easy task, but The Editor takes it in their stride. While your Staff focus on building out different sections of the book, The Editor can jump in at the speed of light to, well, edit.
The Adviser is the leader of your yearbook team. Photos, editing, managing – The Adviser can do it all. They can even approve and submit the finished book for print. The only thing The Adviser can’t do is shoot laser beams from their eyes – but we’re working on that.
By their powers combined, this is your yearbook team.
Yearbook Squad, Check In
If you suspect someone in your team isn’t pulling their weight, you can always check. Keep a careful eye on how and what everybody’s doing by looking at the activity tracker on the Yearbook Hub Activity Overview.
It looks like Lennie has been working hard on our in-house yearbook project! Too hard, if you ask me…
I’m watching you, Lennie.
If you want to find out more about managing your team in Yearbook Hub, the best way is by seeing it for yourself. Sign up for a free Yearbook Hub trial account today, click around the system, and discover what all the fuss is about.