Before sending a job's scenes to be vectorized or rendered, you can set their priority level for the processing queue. Increasing the priority of a job makes the system process it before other jobs in the queue. For example, if job B is before job A in the queue, you can change the priority, so job A is processed first.
Changing a job's priority does not affect the vectorizing or rendering of jobs already sent to the queue. It will only affect jobs that are sent after the priorities were changed.
From the Environment list, select the environment with the job whose priority you want to change.
From the Job list, select a job.
Select Job > Change Priority.
The Change Priority window opens.
Adjust the slider to increase or decrease the priority (0 means the job has the highest priority for processing through the Vectorize or Render queue. A job with a priority of 10 is the least important). Jobs with higher priorities will pass in front of other projects with lower priorities in the queues.
When you send this job to be vectorized or rendered, it will have this new priority in the processing queue.