When we look back at 2020, we’ll remember it as the year when everything changed. Phrases like “social distancing” and “shelter-in-place” became part of our daily vocabulary. And working from home became the new normal.

The truth is, a lot of us had already been working from home or, more accurately, working with remote teams in film and video post-production—and in those terms, remote workflows have evolved over time.

We developed as a cloud-based video work-sharing platform five years ago—not because we planned for people to be forced to work remotely, but because we wanted to enable the kind of creative partnerships that can happen when things like time zones and distance become irrelevant.

Here is the note in full detail