The Interface

When you have logged in, the Reviewer browse page is displayed as shown below. In the browse page, you can see all the review sessions that are in a "new" or "active" state.

The Top Toolbar

At the top of the landing page, a toolbar is displayed.

This toolbar contains a number of useful features. These are as follows:

The Search Bar: Use the search bar to search for review sessions. To perform a search, enter a keyword into the search bar.

Home: Click the Home icon to be brought back to the browse page, from wherever you currently are in Reviewer.

Profile Picture: On the top right-hand corner, your profile picture is displayed. If you click this picture a drop down menu is displayed, where you can access the Settings section, or sign out of Reviewer.

Components

Reviews

You can see a list of review sessions. The newest review session is at the top of the list.

Panels

When you click on a review session in the list, a review session summary panel is displayed. This panel contains: the Information tab, the Comments tab, and the Review option.

The Information tab: This tab displays various details about the review session, including the name of the review, any instructions that the creator of the reviewer has set, the duration of the asset, frame rate per second, the start time code, the initiator, and the session expiry date.

The Comments tab: This tab displays a list of comments that have been made against an asset. A number is displayed in the top-right corner of the Comments tab icon, which indicates how many comments have been made against the asset in total.

Review: The Review option is located at the bottom of the panel. When you click this option, you are taken to the review session associated with that asset.

Reviews expire when their time limit has run out. For example: the person who sets up your review session might set the expiry period at 14 days, which means that you only have 14 days in which to submit your review. The expiry date applies to all users associated with the review session. The review session will go into an “Expired” state regardless of whether a user has completed the review. Finished and expired reviews are not displayed, but can still be accessed in Core, from the Review drop down in the Asset tab.

Note: You can see when a review session expires in the Information sub-tab.

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