Review tasks allow you to inspect an item list on an item-by-item basis. As an assignee, you can edit items. In an Individual Review task, all assignees work on their own versions of task items. This means you cannot see your teammates’ work. Only lead assignees can view other assignees’ item versions.
This article explains how to work in an Individual Review task as an assignee, including how to edit and submit items.
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1. Open the task
On the Tasks list, select the Review task you want to work on. The task details panel displays the task’s description and doughnut charts representing the number of submitted items and days until the deadline. You can also download attachments if the task has any. For more information, read About the Tasks screen.
Select Open Task to open the Item Review screen and start working on the Review task. This changes the task’s status to In progress.
2. Preview an item
The Item Review screen contains all items in the associated item list. Items are displayed in the test driver, allowing you to see the items from a candidate’s perspective.
Use the item information panel to view the item’s settings.
|Item Settings||View information about Item Version, Item Purpose, Marking Type, Mark, and Correct Answer.|
|Item Tags||View the item’s assigned tag groups and tag values. For more information, see Using tags in items.|
|Item Tag Collections||View the item’s assigned tag collections. For more information, read Using tag collections in items.|
|Item Enemies||View any enemy items associated with the item. For more information, see Adding enemies to an item.|
|Citations||View the item’s citations. For more information, see Adding citations to an item.|
NOTE: Correct answer may not always show as it depends on the item type.
Select Undock to pop out the dialog windows for any information available in the panel. Select and drag the dialog window to move it around the screen.
Select Dock to return the dialog window to the right-hand side panel.
Select an item breadcrumb on the item navigation panel to go to another item.
Alternatively, you can enter a specific item number into the Go to item field to navigate directly to that item.
If an item is in an item set, you can enter a decimal (such as 1.3) in the Go to item field to navigate directly to that item.
You can also select Previous and Next to move through the item list.
You can flag items to mark them for an action at a later time.
Select Flag when editing or previewing an item to mark it for later action.
Flagged items are indicated by a flag () in the item navigation panel.
To remove a flag, select Unflag .
3. Edit the item
Select Edit Item to go to the Edit screen.
About tracked changes
Task managers can enable tracked changes at the task creation stage to record certain text edits made to items as part of the task. Additions and deletions are colour-coded by user and tracked in question stems, answer options, and the Candidate Feedback field.
If Track Changes is enabled, any changes you make to an item are highlighted.
You can choose to show or hide tracked changes by selecting Show Tracked Changes / Hide Tracked Changes on the Advanced formatting toolbar.
4. Submit the item
You must save your item before you can submit it. To save an item, select Save . Saving your items allows you to leave the task and return later to continue working.
The original item remains locked for editing in Item Authoring until the task is finalised by a lead assignee or manager.
When you have saved your item you can submit it. Select Submit Item to mark the item as complete and make it available to the lead assignee. When an item is submitted, you can no longer edit it.
The item’s breadcrumb updates to show that the item has been submitted.
If you need to work on your item again, select Revoke Item to make it available for editing.
5. Close the task
After submitting all items, you can close the Review task.
There are two ways to close a Review task.
Select Close task to close the task and return to the Tasks screen.
Alternatively, you can select Return to Tasks screen .
6. Complete the task
Select Complete Task in the task details panel once you have closed the task.
This changes the task’s status to Complete.
Marking a task as incomplete
You can mark a task as incomplete if you incorrectly select Complete Task or the task needs to be worked on again.
By default, completed tasks are not shown in the Tasks list. To display completed tasks on the Tasks list, open Filter and select Show Completed.
Find and select your completed task. Select Mark as incomplete to mark the task as incomplete. The task’s status reverts to In progress.
For more information on Review tasks, or working in other task types as an assignee, read the following articles: