- Workflow reviews depend on the reviewer
- Tips on how to create a workflow review
- Reviews are ways for the reviewer, the company, and other customers to see what the customers have to say about the product
Okay, so you want to create a review about portrait workflows? Well generally, there are many ways to create a review. You can make it however as long or short as you want. You can concentrate on its basic features or go in depth, mentioning all its features and what makes each standout or fail.
However, in this article, we will look deeper into what a review generally includes. So, how to review portrait workflows?
- The product/s- What are the brushes, presets or actions that you got from the workflow? When writing this part better be specific about the set that you got. Although it is not necessary, you can specify each product and give a brief description on each.
- Likes- You may not like the product that you got, or you might think that it’s the best workflow in the world. However, no matter how irrelevant you think the upside of the workflow is, it is important to specify it.
- Dislikes- Just like the upsides, it is also important to discuss the downsides of each product to explain what did not work for you, and what the developers/creators could do better.
- Suggestions/Reactions- In this part you can give insights on what you want to see or not see in future portrait workflows. You can also give your reaction to it’s performance.
We hope this articles answered your “how to review portrait workflows” query. But really, how to review portrait workflows must all come from your brain. Whatever you want to say to the creators must be included in the review. It is a way for them to know their customers’ feedback and for others to know why they should or shouldn’t get the product.