Clicking on a title from the title list on your dashboard takes you to its title view. The title view shows you all the information and assets of a title on a single page.

On the page, you will see the same sections shown on the title form. To make changes, click on "Edit" from the right side to go to the title form. You can only access the title form when your title is in "Edit" or "Failed" status. "Edit" button is hidden in other statuses to disable editing. Read more about the submission workflow here.

Scroll down to the bottom of the title view to see the activity list. This shows you everything that has happened to your title, including:

  • Promoted to a streaming service. Our sales team constantly recommends titles for streaming services based on their previous selections. When a title is promoted, it has much higher chance to be selected.

  • Selected by a streaming service

  • Delivered to a streaming service

  • Live on a streaming service. Click on the Live status badge to go to the title's page on the streaming service when a URL is available.

  • Removed from a streaming service. This can be a takedown request from you or an expiration on the streaming service's title end.

  • Declined by a streaming service. Note that titles mostly are “silently” declined by buyers, which doesn’t show up here. Only declines specifically entered by a potential buyer show here.

A few more tips for you to better understand and use the title view:

  • The title view is not public. Only you, our team members, and the streaming services have access, and the streaming services can only access when the title has passed listing review.

  • The streaming services look at the exact same page when they review your title. Fill out as many metadata fields as possible and upload good-looking posters to make your title look more appealing.

  • A secure screening link is automatically created for each title. It allows you to easily share a title you have uploaded to Filmhub. This link is public, no login required to access.

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