Please take a look at the screenshots below for an overview of PleaseReview and
its functionality. For a more detailed understanding, please visit our
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The document is displayed in the browser and can be navigated by contents, comments
Comments or proposed changes are added by clicking on the paragraph text. The active paragraph is shown.
Comments and proposed changes are entered in the comment pane.
Reviewers can view and reply to others’ comments.
All applied changes and comments to that paragraph are listed.
‘C’ and ‘P’ icons indicate a comment or proposed change has been added and the status is shown (either open, or accepted/rejected by the review author).
Each reviewer is allocated a different color, for easy identification.
PowerPoint slides are displayed in the browser as separate images.
Navigation can be made by slide (contents) or comments.
By clicking on a specific area, comments can be made at that location.
Comments and proposed changes can be added to the 'notes' section of PowerPoint slides.
A comment window is displayed allowing comments to be entered.
Reviewers can see and reply to others’ comments.
‘C’ icons show the comment location. Clicking on the icon will display the comment and associated details in the comment pane.
There is the option to hide all comment icons to better view the slide (or image) content. Clicking on 'hide icons' again will redisplay them.
Reports can be viewed during and after the review.
The report can be downloaded as a Word document. If several documents are in a review, all reports can be downloaded with a single click.
The report can be customized to show only selected comments (e.g. type, status, category), participants, etc.
Original text is displayed as well as its location within the document.
A complete activity history shows all associated comments and proposed changes and their status.
EditZones allow different areas of the document to be edited simultaneously by
different contributors (co-authors).
Contributors are allocated their EditZones which they download for editing.
Once downloaded, the EditZones are ‘locked’ (shown in pink) so reviewers can view
but not comment upon them.
EditZone details can be viewed, as well as a history of activity for that EditZone.
After editing, EditZones are uploaded and available for review. These are identified
by the grey shading.
The navigation pane provides a status summary for all users.
Code is displayed in the browser. PleaseReview supports most programming code as
well as other text and document types.
Navigation can be by contents or comments.
Comments or proposed changes are added by clicking on the appropriate line.
Comments or proposed changes can be added in the comment pane.
Participants can view and reply to all comments and proposed changes to that line.
Comments and proposed changes can be immediately seen in the review. User settings make it optional to view comments and proposed changes either as highlighted text or icons.
The split screen option provides a view of two different sections of code at the same time.
The PDF document is displayed in the browser.
Select the required Acrobat comment or mark up tool (note: to access the Acrobat toolbar, the PDF plug-in must be installed).
Clicking on the appropriate area of the document will automatically insert the comment or mark-up.
All comments and mark up are listed in the comment pane and can be seen by other review participants.
Note: Reviewing PDF documents in this way requires that you have Adobe Acrobat Standard or Professional and you install the
free Acrobat plug-in provided by PleaseTech. If you only have the free Adobe Reader installed, PleaseReview will automatically
convert the PDF file into an image and you can review PDF files as an image.
All participants have access to their review inbox, providing details of reviews they own and participate in.
Reviews can be accessed from the review inbox (as well as directly from the invitation email).
The display can be changed to show reviews that are not started, in progress, or have been closed or completed.
Scrolling over the 'details' column provides a snapshot of participants' status.
Selecting a particular review takes the participant to that review's control panel for more detailed information.
The document is displayed in the browser and can be navigated by comments or worksheet.
Comments or proposed changes to either formulae or text are added by clicking on the relevant cell...
...and then entering the comment or proposed change using the comment pane.
Reviewers can view and reply to others' comments.
'C' and 'P' icons indicate a comment or proposed change has been added.
The review control panel displays all information necessary to manage the review. This includes review and participant details, and a comment summary for each document in the review.
Various options are available, although some can only be viewed and actioned by the review owner (e.g. editing and deleting the review).
Word and Excel documents can be downloaded with open and accepted proposed changes and comments shown.
A report of all activity on the review can be accessed both during and after the review.
Visible only to the review owner, entering the review closeout screen the review can be closed (reviewers can no longer comment) or completed (no further updates can be made).
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