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Direct assignment, with Review

Requirements: Pro Translation or Pro Pack bolt-ons (Pro Pack covers original captions only), or Enterprise subscription

 

The Direct assignment, with Review workflow builds on Direct assignment, but adds an explicit review step. As before, users are explicitly assigned roles by a superuser or a producer. 

 

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Key steps

  1. A producer or superuser sets up the original captions
  2. Viewing permissions are granted to all linguists they want to work on the language versions
  3. Edit permissions are granted to the first linguist they want to work on this
  4. That linguist will receive a notification email, and they can start work; when they're finished, they have the options to:
    • Submit – mark captions as Ready for Review 
    • Handover – to any other linguist who's been assigned viewing permissions
    • In all cases, the relevant linguists or reviewers will be automatically notified (as will any producers attached to the project)
  5. Once captions have been marked as Ready for Review, a superuser or producer will have to manually assign reviewers – in the same way they did for linguists
    • N.B. if a single reviewer has already been given viewing permissions, then they'll automatically be notified and handed edit control
  6. Reviewers work on their language version; when they're finished, they have the option to:
    • Handover – send captions to another reviewer who's been assigned viewing permissions
    • Decline – send captions back to the last linguist who worked on them
    • Approve – mark captions as Approved
    • In all cases, the relevant linguists or reviewers will be automatically notified (as will any producers attached to the project)

As usual, once a linguist has clicked Approve, they're unable to continue to make edits. However, a producer or superuser is able to click Unapprove and re-assign.

 

No user is able to click Approve, unless the captions obey any limits specified earlier. Producers or superusers are able to override these limits if necessary.

 

 

 

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