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Core Features for Subagents

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Core Features for Subagents

This page explains the core features for the collaboration between primary agents and their subagents

Titles

  • the primary agent adds titles to the catalog, catalog copy, metadata, documents, and blurps.

Rights

  • the primary agent delegates a right to the co-agent for a territory.

Leads

  • the co-agent creates leads to domestic publishers, makes submissions, shares files.

Talk

  • the co-agent discusses a project with the client and negotiates with the acquiring editor.

Update

  • the primary agent uploads documents, reviews, blurbs and news. The co-agent gets notified.

 

 

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