# Getting Started as an Artist

# First Connection

On your first connection, we encourage you to fill your contact information into your profile. Click on your avatar on the top right of the screen, then on Profile. You can also change the color of the Theme and hide or display the Support Chat.

NB: A link to this Documentation and YouTube Tutorials are available . You can also jump on our Discord or look at our roadmap.

User profile

On this new page, you can check your name , your email (3), fill your phone number (4), change the timezone (5), the language of the website (6), and post a pic of yourself as your avatar (7). It helps to recognize who is doing what!

User detail

You can also define what kind of notification you want, email or slack.

User detail

If you keep scrolling, you can also change your password if you want. We encourage you to change the default password with one of your own.

User password

# See your Assignments

The central part for you, on Kitsu, is the My tasks page. It's the first landing page when you log in.

You can see per Production (1) the Entity (2) you are assigned to, but also the Estimation time (3), and the Duration (4) you already spend, the Due date (5), the Status (6) of the tasks you are working on and their priority (7).

My tasks page

You can sort your page by name, priority, status, estimation or last comment.

My tasks page

You can also filter your tasks.

My tasks page

Besides the shortcut My Tasks on top of the screen, you can also find it on the main menu Main menu, under the User section of MY TASKS. The Kitsu logo is a shortcut too to your task list.

My tasks

# Share your Progress

When you start a new task you are assigned to, click on the StatusTodo (1) on your my task page. You can also do it on the shots or assets page.

Shot status

It opens a panel on the right of the screen, where you can communicate about your work. Let your teammates know what you are doing. For instance, show them you start working on something. Each time you change the status of a task, you can attach a text comment to it.

For example, when you start a new task, you can say that everything is ok. If some information is missing, you can either ask all the questions you want.

To change the Status, let's say from Todo to Wip as an example,select the Change status tab, type your comment. Then, click on the status box, choose the one you want.

And validate your comment and the new Status by clicking on Post button.

Changing status

You can edit your last comment by clicking on the "history" button and then using the edit button Edit button.

# Ask for a Review

You can ask for a review by switching the tab to Publish revision and change the Status of a task to (Waiting for Approval wfa).

You can drag and drop your file directly or click on the Attach preview button.

Add preview file

Waiting for approval

Then use the Post button.

Your work appears on the right part of the screen as a V1.

Preview v1

If you post several revisions, you always keep track of your previous work. Each time you add a new revision, the previous versions are still available.

Preview v2

You can add multiple images simultaneously, or once you have uploaded an image, you can add another one.

attach preview drag drop

The Add preview popup opens and asks you to choose a file.

You can navigate through the pictures uploaded.

attach preview drag drop

This detailed page of the tasks is your way to communicate with others. They also use this page to answer your questions, give you feedback, and ask for a retake. The history of the conversation is always available.

For quicker access to the information, when you get back to your todo page, the last comment posted on each task is available too.

My tasks page

You can also see the tasks validated as Validated and the discard tasks as NA on the Done tab.

My done tasks page

# Fill your Timesheet

Every day, you can declare how much time you spent on each task. On your My Tasks page, go to the Timesheets tab (1). Or click on the shortcut on top of the screen.


You need to move the cursor (3) next to each task accordingly to the number of hours spent. You can also go quicker and click on the 1, 4, or 8 hours buttons (4).

If you miss your declaration one day, you can click on the today date (2) and go back in time and select the day you have missed. If you didn't work, you could tag the day as a Day Off (5).

Timesheets change the date

In case you forget to mention the time spent on a finished task, you can still find it in the Done tasks list located below the running tasks list.

Timesheets done tasks