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How to manage a project or job on Twine

It's great you've found the right freelancer and hired them!

If you've not hired them yet, just click Hire next to their name. If you've not posted a job on Twine yet, this explains how


Clear communication between yourself and your freelancer is crucial to a successful outcome. You can use Twine messages to get updates from your freelancer or to discuss the job scope or project requirements.

There are lots of other great ways to communicate over the internet, so why should you use Twine messages? Well, you don't have to. In fact, we would always encourage you to use whatever is the best tool to discuss the job with your freelancer, whether that's phone, email or in person.

Twine messages are very important as a record of the scope of the job or the project requirements. This is a clear communication stream that will help you if there are any disputes. We highly recommend you message a freelancer with a clear set of requirements and make sure they agree to it.

This way both you and the client are on the same page. Then when you send files, make sure you send them on Twine, again as this is a clear record for both of you.

Sending and receiving files

To help with any issues or disputes, we highly recommend that clients and freelancers share all files through Twine messages.

Simply insert a link from your preferred file sharing method (you can use Google Drive, WeTransfer or similar) in the messages.

Updated on: 05/09/2023

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