Review a collection of Images Uploaded against a Version
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Hi, 1st time post and 1st time in FTrack.

Synopsis -
I'd like to be able to review a collection of files, screen grabs, renders, playblasts etc for a single asset task and version of that task.  Lets take sculpting as an example.

Currently -
The workflow we expected was to be able to upload using FTrack connect a collection of reviewable media against a task and version, but it seems we can only set 1 file as reviewable.

User Story -
We often outsource insulated tasks such as sculpting.  It's easy for freelancers to capture quickly several images from the DCC and upload for review.  They typically might be turntables with supporting images, close ups of details and reference images around the task in hand and the days work.  Currently we've done this with Slack channels.  Which is nice and easy.  However we were after a more integrated solutions and were disappointed this isn't their out of the box.  The idea of FTrack vs a slack channel was to use the power of the review session to get a better workflow and track those version changes.  Not to mention the other benefits FTrack has to offer. 

-Dave

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We've been craving something like this for long time now actually so I'm glad it's been brought up. Currently we make multiple components and supervisor just uses the version to quickly jump to the folder where they're stored using action. Having multiple reviewables per version would be amazing. Especially for modelling as Thirtydevil mentioned, but also for lookdev (multiple lighting setups)

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The ability to view multiple components in a review session would be every useful. Currently the leads and directors open two browser tabs, they constantly want to go back to Adobe bridge to review work because of the capabilities there.

Could some feature for comparing images be put forward on the roadmap?

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