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What are project statuses?

Project statuses are the phases of the project. By default Mydoma Studio comes pre-loaded with: complete, on hold, waiting on client, in progress. These statuses are not automatically updated. You can change a project status as needed.

How do I create a custom status?

From the project menu tab, click the cog wheel next to Statuses in the top action bar. Then click "+ New status". A new window opens and you're prompted to create a new project status and select the color you'd like associated with it. Last, click "Done."

How do I delete a custom status?

From the project menu tab, click the cog wheel next to Statuses in the top action bar. Then click the three vertical dots next to the status you'd like to delete then click "Delete." A new box will pop up asking if you're sure you want to delete the status you selected. Click "Delete" to finish deleting the status or "Cancel" if you changed your mind!

If you need any additional support, click the question mark in the upper right-hand corner to chat with a member of our team.

Happy designing!


Project Statuses

Being able to customize your project statuses allows you to make your studio work even more effectively for your business.

You can set the status of your project in the project's info section:

using one of the four default statuses:

Or you can choose to create your own custom statuses.

To create your own, go to the Projects tab and click to open the Statuses menu:

Next, click the plus button:

Type the name of the status you would like to create:

And then click the blue Create status button.

Your new custom status will be added to the Statuses panel, you are also able to remove, edit and also delete these Statuses:

And will also be available in the project status drop-down options:

If you need any additional support, click the chat bubble in the lower right-hand corner to chat with a member of our team.

Happy designing!

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