Currently all projects on Loom are public. We encourage them to be so they can be bid on by the world of passionate, qualified freelancers. However, we realize the secret sauce of your project is important. When you post your project on Loom, you can publicly share what you feel comfortable sharing, while keeping the confidential details of your project protected behind an NDA-required tab. Freelancers then will ask you for permission to see that information, and you can grant access anyone you choose after they sign a nondisclosure agreement.
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- Project Posting Requirements & Tips
- Why would I hire freelancers on Loom?
- I have a company looking for freelancers. How will Loom work for me?
- What kinds of projects should I post on Loom?
- Why do I need to provide my company type and state filing location?
- Can I invite a freelancer to submit a proposal on my project?
- Can I edit a project after it is published?
- My company isn’t located in the U.S., can I still hire freelancers on Loom?
- Can I keep my project private on Loom?
- Why can’t I hire for equity if I’m not a company?