If one of your projects' Coverfly Score is high enough, and the project has been made "discoverable" via your Coverfly dashboard, then it will show up on The Red List, Coverfly's dynamically updated leaderboard of projects with the highest Coverfly Scores, sortable by genre, format and timeframe.  You can improve your Coverfly Score by placing in a Coverfly-qualifying competition or getting script notes from a Coverfly-qualifying coverage service.

Projects that are Private will not appear on The Red List.

We are also currently in the process of revising our system to improve how we rank both projects and writers, to better spotlight the talent on our platform.

Learn more: What is an Coverfly Score™

Learn more: What is The Red List

Learn more: What is a "good" Coverfly Score™