How do I communicate with the narrator?

How do I communicate with the narrator?

Each audio file uploaded to the Findaway Voices workflow contains a commenting system to chat back and fourth with the opposite party during the audiobook production process.

Once an audio file has been uploaded (either during the extended sample phase, or during production), simply look for the chat bubble icon as shown in the screenshot below:



Each time a new comment is added, the opposite party will receive an email notification. 
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