Submittable offers many time-saving features for the thousands of organizations that accept and review submissions through our platform.

We also offer many benefits to submitters who submit their work through Submittable. Nearly 1 million users have submitted their work using our platform. Here are just some of the benefits they’re enjoying:

1. No more snail mail

Save on postage stamps, ink cartridges, and paper (and save the planet, too), by submitting your work online.

2. Track the progress of your submission

Ever feel like you’re sending work into a black hole? With Submittable, you can track the progress of your submission while it moves through a consistent set of statuses, from received to in-progress and beyond.

3. Edit your submission after you’ve sent it

Find a typo or sent the wrong draft? Submittable offers submitters the ability to edit their submissions even after they’ve submitted them. To edit your submission, simply ask the organization to open your submission for editing.

4. Submit to a diverse range of publishers and organizations, from big-name to niche

Once a submitter has opened a free Submittable account, he or she will will be able to easily submit work to thousands of organizations, from major publications and organizations like Random House and CBS to tiny, two-person organizations that are just starting to gain a following. To find calls for submission, simply use the Discover feature, a searchable creative opportunities marketplace available right in your Submittable account. We also promote organizations’ calls for submissions on Twitter, our blog, and through our weekly Submishmash newsletter, so that submitters can stay up-to-date on the latest opportunities and submission deadlines.

5. The very best customer support

We pride ourselves on providing friendly, lightning-fast support by email and phone for submitters and organizations alike. Have a new feature you'd like us to implement? Submit your idea

Questions? You can also contact support directly by filling out the form here.

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