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EDITING A REVIEW?
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Paul Argyropoulos
Posted January 4, 2019 11:04 AM
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Can I edit my review once I submitted it?  I forgot to add script notes to the end of the review.


Billie Harris
Posted January 5, 2019 11:46 AM
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You can edit within a certain time frame - a few hours.  Once you post the review, it should show you how long you have to edit it.


Paul Argyropoulos
Posted January 5, 2019 11:51 AM
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Thank you Billie.  Since oyu are the only one who answered, cn you perhaps answer this question.  I wrote a 7 episode series (1 hr each episode) and am wondering how to upload it.  If I did it in parts, episode 5 may be assigned to them but they won't know what is going on since they were not assigned 1-4.  Should I make the ENTIRE series one file?  Is there a way to solicit members to review all 7 episodes?  What is the best way to do this?


Billie Harris
Posted January 5, 2019 12:34 PM
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Since each of these are hour episodes, IF it were me, I'd upload each individually.  As you said in the other post, if you upload all of them at one time, it would be about 300 pages and there are few who'd  tackle doing a review with that many pages.  Even at that, some may be reluctant to commit to doing reviews for all seven episodes because it ties up a lot of time.  My only suggestion is after you get someone to do a review of the first episode, that you contact them and see if they'd tackle more for you. 


Jay Stagnitto
Posted January 5, 2019 3:12 PM
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Paul, I'd start with the first episode and let people review it and get some feedback on that one. I'm not sure how long you've been developing it or if you've received feedback on the pilot episode before, but if you haven't, the feedback you get on here may end up spurring changes that affect the future episodes you've written. Just a thought. However, if you feel like uploading all of them, then like Billie said, you should upload them as 7 separate files. In the description, you can make it clear that they are episodes in a series. Additionally, you (likely) won't get reviews on them unless you purchase reviews. So, you could upload all 7, but only buy reviews for the first two, as an option.


Dianne Barnes
Posted January 6, 2019 4:04 AM
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Paul, take the advice Jay mentioned in his reply.  It's probably the best you'll get:  upload each separately if you wish, but purchase reviews only for the pilot episode, use the feedback to consider what you might want to change.  In that regard, it might be good to simply upload the one episode you want to get reviewed (the pilot episode most likely), rather than all of them in case you want to revise the others before uploading.