The amount of time it takes to build a project page may vary depending on your project’s scope and size. You can take as long as you need to build your project, and even save it as a draft to revisit again at a later time. Keep in mind that all tabs of your project editor need to be fully completed before you will be able to send it for review.
Once you’ve finished building your project and have submitted it for review, you will need to wait for it to be approved by our Trust & Safety team. After it’s been approved, you can go ahead and launch whenever you’re ready.
How do I submit my project for review?
Upon finishing your project draft, and provided all tabs show as completed, you'll be able to submit for review by clicking the "Send to review" button. If you’re not seeing this option, it’s likely that one or more of the tabs requires some further editing.
We recommend making sure that your profile has been completed (you will see a link to do this under the People tab), and that everything is in order with your project end date and any set time limits for rewards.
Can I edit my project after I’ve submitted it for review?
You’re free to make edits to your project after it’s been submitted for review. In some instances, our Trust & Safety team may even suggest some changes are made following your first review.
You can also continue to edit your project after it’s been approved, provided any changes made are in compliance with our guidelines. Remember, after your project has launched, there are only a few areas that you can continue to make changes to.