The dashboard of a project allows you to find the reviews in which you have been invited to contribute and the status of your contribution. For more details, see the section Consulting a dashboard.
A review is broken down into review items. The creator of the review assigned you some review items and indicated the main resource to review. For more details, see the section Creating and tracking a review.
As a contributor to a review item, you are prompted to browse through the different resources of each review item. You can comment textually or graphically on these resources.
You can mark the resource review as complete:
The page of the review updates your progress as resources are marked as reviews.
You must be a contributor to a review to create comments. When you visit an element of a project, you can contribute to it by commenting it via the current review (s) "Ongoing".
Contribution to a journal can be done in several ways:
In the case of an added comment for a diagram, it is possible to reference the shapes concerned on the diagram. These references can be updated by clicking the link Modify in the comment.
In the case of a diagram, you can associate a comment with graphical annotations:
The following tools are available for annotating a diagram:
|Back to Full-Size 100%|
|Activate/Deactivate the Annotation Mode|
|Select all the annotations|
|Delete the graphical annotation|
|Add a note|
|Add a comment|
|Design a rectangle|
|Design a circle|
|Design a line|
To create a graphical annotation, you can:
Via the contextual menu of a graphical annotation, it is possible to modify the colors (text, line and background) and line thicknesses of the figure.
By selecting a figure, it is possible to resize it (square hook points) or to connect it to another figure (round hook points).
The author of a comment can modify its content.
The author of a comment can edit his comments and delete a comment to which no one has replied.
Remark : The author of a comment can edit his comments and delete a comment to which no one has replied.
The creator of an initial comment or the project leader can close or reopen a thread.