Booked Projects: Additional Details

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Every Booked Project, regardless if it is a Booking or Direct Booking, allows you to log, track and manage the same information. 

Let's explore the Additional Details of a Booked Project!

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Every Booked Project has a drop down menu of Additional Details to access such as:  

Bulletin Board:
No more hunting or searching for your Notes! Every Note you ever make regarding the Booked Project (whether from Audition Rounds, Booked Project Appointments, Invoice Records, etc.) is accumulated here! Add unlimited Notes to any Booked Project's Bulletin Board.

Cast & Crew:
Whether you are working on a movie set, a theatre production or a recording studio there are Cast & Crew members you want to keep track of and stay in touch with! The Cast & Crew section makes it a breeze!

General Details:
Every Booked Project has important general info to keep track of. Manage Booked Project's "Episode/Spot Title" and/or "Episode/Spot Number". Log the "Contract Type" and negotiated "Pay". Also, see a quick-view of your "Project Income", "Project Expenses" and overall "Profit/Loss" for the Booked Project.

Invoicing:
If your Booked Project requires you to Invoice the client then you will truly appreciate PerformerTrack's Invoice tracking feature!

Web Listings:
Once you begin working on a Booked Project be on the lookout for Web sites that relate to the production! Distributor Sites, Fan Sites, Review Sites, etc. ... it's great to have these Web Listings accumulated in one spot so you can easily track what is being said or promoted online!

Web Listings:
Once you begin working on a Booked Project be on the lookout for Web sites that relate to the production! Distributor Sites, Fan Sites, Review Sites, etc. ... it's great to have these Web Listings accumulated in one spot so you can easily track what is being said or promoted online!

Un-Book Project:
Hey, it happens. Sometimes your part is cut out prior to the shoot, your role has been recast or you have to decline the booked project for one reason or another. To Un-Book the Project is quick and easy.

 

See Related Content:

"Booked Projects: Pre-Project Appointments"

"Booked Projects: The Project Appointments"

"Booked Projects: Post-Project Appointments"

"Booking vs. Direct Booking"

 

 

 

 

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