This article will walk you through how to successfully setup a Simple Review Stage in your site. Simple Review Stages are meant to be easy to set up and easy to complete. If you require more detailed review you may choose to setup an Advanced Review Stage.
In order to create a new Simple Review stage:
To access the Settings section of your stage:
The Settings section of your stage allows you to set up basic details about the stage:
|Title||Edit the Title of your Stage. This is an alternative to the inline process.|
|Include Instructions||Provide instructions for your reviewers that have assignments in this stage. Use the text editor to style the text.|
|Review Start Date/Time||Enter the Date/Time you wish for your reviewers to begin completing their reviews.|
Reviewers will not be able to access this task until after the start date.
|Deadline for Review Completion||Enter the Date/Time you wish for the review period to close.|
Reviewers will no longer be able to access the task after the deadline. For more information, refer to How to Set a Deadline on a Stage.
|Grace Period||The Grace Period is in HOURS. This setting provides reviewers with additional time to complete tasks within this stage.|
The grace period is not displayed to reviewers and is an internal setting to determine when to close the program.
|Allow Review Editing||This setting allows reviewers to edit the task after initial completion. By default, Reviewers will not be able to edit their review after they have completed it.|
|Allow Reviewers to make notes on Applications||This setting allows Reviewers to add and share Notes on the application with other Reviewers and Administrators.|
|Make applicants anonymous to reviewers||This setting hides the Applicant's Name and Email address from the reviewer.|
|Application Status||Display a status to applicants when their application enters this stage.|
To access the Evaluation section of your stage:
For a Simple Review stage, you can select 3 different types of review. Each type comes with different customizations:
|Settings||Symbol||Scale||Ability to Add Custom Labels|
|Yes/No||Thumbs up & down|
Check mark & x mark
Smiley and frown faces
|The score is either 0% or 100%.||Yes|
|Choose to have your rating out of 3, 4, or 5.||No|
|Scale||None||Create a custom scale: minimum of 2, max of 10.||Yes|
For each of your review types, you can also select Custom scoring to be applied. For example, if you have a 5 Star Rating Scale, you may wish for the value of each star to increment by 2, as opposed to the default score of 1-5. Therefore 5 stars would equal a score of 10 points.
This allows you to add weighting to your simple review scores. You can assign a weighted score to each review stage and it will be used to calculate into the applications total score.
The Simple Review evaluation form contains a comment section which allows reviewers to provide reasoning for the rating. You can choose to make the comment optional or required.
To access the Assignments section of your stage:
For more information on assignments within a review stage you can refer to the following articles in our help centre:
Enter a message that will be displayed to reviewers in this stage once the reviewer has completed all of their assignments.
Following the submission of all reviews, the reviewer will also be presented with the option to navigate:
Within this section, you can set the visibility of:
|Personal Applicant Information||This setting will enable/disable all of the applicant information from being available to the reviewers.|
Includes: applicant name, email, photo, and uploaded file names
|Eligibility Profile||Show/Hide the applicant's responses to the eligibility form in your site.|
|Applicant Custom Fields||Select which Applicant Custom Fields you wish to be visible to the reviewers assigned.|
|Labels||Show/ Hide Labels that have been applied to the application.|
|Status||Show/ Hide the Application Status to the reviewers.|
|Application Custom Fields||Select which Application Custom Fields you wish to be visible to the reviewers assigned.|
|Activity Log||Enable/Disable the ability for your reviewers to see the full activity log of the application.|
|Application Notes||Enable/Disable the ability for your reviewers to view notes that have been left by reviewers and administrators.|
|Application Dates||Enable/ Disable whether the applicant can see the date the application was submitted under the Application tab in their review panel.|
This does not have any effect on the Activity Log. If the activity log is enabled the reviewer will be able to view the dates.
The tasks will be separated into each application stage that you have within your site. Therefore you will be able to customize the setting for each stage. For each application stage you can choose to:
|Review Scores||Show/ Hide scores given to the application by the reviewer giving it.|
|Reviews from other reviewers||Configure settings for information that will be shown to reviewers based on the other reviewers assigned to the application:|
- Only Reviews from reviewer's team
- Reviews from previous review stages
- Personal reviewer information from other reviewers
|Review Content (excluding scores)||Show/ Hide the full review form from the applicant.|
|Review Scores||Show/ Hide the reviewer scores given to an application.|
|Personal Reviewer information for reviewers||Show/ Hide the reviewers' personal information to the applicants for the application being reviewed.|
Includes: reviewer name, email, custom fields, photo
Stage automations allow you to create an automatic action within the site. Common examples are sending emails, moving submissions to the next stage, or adding labels to the application.
When the stage is created it will be automatically populated with a few triggers to get you started:
This section contains the Name of the Task, the current status (Active/Inactive), and Actions you can take on the automation.
To Edit the Automation:
For More Actions:
The actions you can take are: