You can check review status such as whether reviews are executed based on the planned schedule, or whether review issues are recorded without exception, from actual status of reviews and review issues.
Here is described how to check actual status of reviews and review issues.
Yon can check review status as follows:
- Checking in the Tile view
Each issue is displayed like a colored card to see status of review issues visually.
- Checking on Grid view
Issues are displayed as a table to show their contents and properties in a list. You are also able to check whether there is any empty field of not.
- Checking on Outline Tree
Number of issues are displayed for each outline on Outline Tree, which helps you check there is any unexecuted section of the target document.
The Tile View provides a view of issues displayed like tiles, which have different colors depending on an issue status. This view helps you check status of issues visually.
The issues are sorted by outline, that provides you with the information such as which part of the document has problems or not intuitively.
Select [View] menu - [Tile View] to show the Tile View.
Colors of issues and displayed fields in this view are as follows:
Colors of Issues
|1||Location for Issue (image)||Captured image of the issue location|
|2||Issue contents||Contents of the issue|
|3||ID||ID of the added issue|
|4||Importance||Importance of the issue|
Priority of the issue for revising
|6||Type||Type of the issue|
The Grid view provides a table of issues with fields including important ones for analyzing.
Empty fields are displayed with a blue frame so that you can you can easily check whether empty fields exists or not in a list.
Select [View] menu – [Grid View] to show the Grid View. Fields shown in this view are as follows:
|1||ID||ID of the added issue|
|2||Status||Status of the issue|
|3||Description||Contents of the issue|
|4||Revised by||Member who is going to amend or revise output documents based on issues|
|5||Cause Process||The process where bugs were mixed|
|6||Category||Category of the issue|
|7||Fix/Won’t Fix||Necessity of measures against the issue|
|8||Type||Type of the issue|
|9||Importance||Importance of the issue|
|10||Priority||Priority of the issue|
The Outline Tree provides the outline of the target document, that helps you checking number of issues for individual outline. Number of a parent node shows the total number for child nodes and for itself.
Oulines without any issues may tell you that a review has not been executed or that there are issues not registered.
The Outline Tree is displayed on the main window or on the Side Bar. The background color for the number of issues means as follows:
Meanings of Background Colors
|1||Red||There are not-revised issues|
|2||Green||There are not any not-revised issues, all issues have been revised|
|3||Blue||All issues have been confirmed|