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Projects for Review
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The first tab you see on your dashboard is the “Projects for review” tab. This tab shows you a list of all the assignments your students have submitted for you to review.

You can easily sort these by newest, oldest, project type, and the project’s current status.

While the main review box is standard for all projects, some project types have unique features that you can use to comment and enhance your feedback even more.

Here is a link to the article on each specific project type for you to make sure you are taking advantage of all the features to provide feedback for that file format:

General Feedback

Once you have provided feedback with the specific file format features, you can leave general comments on all types of project with the following steps:

  • Click on any project

  • Click on "Add Review"

  • Choose “Start Review” or “Request revision”

Both options will send a notification to your student with your feedback but only if you choose “Request Revision”, the student will be able to re-send their project once more, this is perfect when you want your student to have a chance to deliver a second version based on your feedback. Choosing “Start Review” will not give the student this option, but they will see your feedback either way.


Attach any files to expand your feedback with a video of yourself or any files you have and would like to share with the student.

Once you are comfortable with all of your feedback, Submit it

And that’s it! Your student will now receive a notification to let them know they’ve received your feedback.

What if I need to change my review?

You can always change your review if you believe the student needs another chance or more feedback than originally given. To do so, simply go to the project and hit the "Edit Review" option.

Once you do, feel free to add more feedback, and attachments or change the status to "Request Revision" if you'd like the student to submit a new file.

Once you are comfortable with all your details nad changes, hit submit and the student will be notified about it.

Don't forget to reach out to support if you have any questions, we are happy to help!

Unsupported files

If a file is in a format the platform doesn't natively support. Students will need to upload their projects in a .zip format. Students and Instructors can still upload, share and submit unsupported files, but they will need to download and open them locally on their computers in order to review it.

You will, however, still have access to the final review box from above to add comments and attachments. You can read more about file formats and size limits by checking our My Files article for instructors

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