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You can set the status of tasks in Smart Review.

Requirements:

  • To set the status of review tasks, you must have a project role that includes the View Tasks user right.
  • To set the status for approval tasks, you must have a project role that includes the Approve Tasks user right.
  • To set the status for color-approval tasks, you must have a project role that includes the Use Matchprint Virtual user right.
  1. In Smart Review, open the element whose task status you want to set.
  2. In the task list, select the task for which you want to set the status.
    All tasks associated with the element are listed. Tasks not assigned to you appear and you can view the annotations made by other users. You are allowed to add your own annotations and set the task status for tasks assigned to you. 
    When you select an active task (a task that has not been approved or rejected), the Approve and Reject buttons become available.
    Important: If you are assigned a color-approval task that requires monitor proofing using the Matchprint Virtual technology, the Approve and Reject buttons are available only if you are using a color-calibrated monitor. If you are not using a color-calibrated monitor, you can open the element and annotate it in Smart Review, but you cannot set the status of the color-approval task. A red X appears on the image.
  3. Review the element, and set the task status:
    • For a review task, click the Review - OK or Review - Not OK button to set the task status to Reviewed - ok or Reviewed - not ok. Type a comment if needed.
    • For an approval task, click the Approve or Reject button to set the task status to Approved, Approved With Changes, or Reject. Type a comment if needed.
      Note: The Approved With Changes status is available only if it is enabled by the task creator.
    When you set the task status for an element,  or  appears beside the element in the element list. The element's task status is automatically updated in the Elements view and the Tasks view.
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