Committee members can add annotations to individual documents when viewing application documents in the document viewer. Annotations can be made anywhere in any document.
The annotations created here are private, personal notes about an application, similar to attaching sticky notes or marking up a document with comments. Such annotations come in handy if you are a committee member reviewing a large number of applications and need to remember your thoughts about each applicant.
Unlike comments, which can be viewed by other committee members, these annotations are visible only to the evaluator who created them. Only in extreme cases (such as a lawsuit that demands discovery of all private documents) are annotations "discoverable."
Annotations have their own tab in the document viewer, making them easy to quickly find on the page.
Select "View Positions" on your Faculty Search Account Dashboard
Click the position title
On the Applications page, check the box next to "Applicant" at the top of the table to select all applications -or- check the box next to the name of each individual applicant you want to review.
Selecting names in the list opens a new set of buttons on the page. The buttons that open here are determined by the actions your user role can perform in the program. Committee Managers and Administrators will see a few more buttons than Evaluators.
You can quickly view all of the annotations added to a document from the "Annotations" tab in the document viewer
Click the annotation in the list to find it on the application
Annotations are added and managed from the lower right corner of the viewer
Note: Annotations are private, personal notes about an application, and are only viewable by the committee member who added the note.
Click the "view" icon to toggle on or off the display of annotations
Click the "note" icon to leave an annotation on the currently displayed document
- Make no selection to add a simple "stickie" note to the document
- "Point" adds a note with an arrow pointing to a particular point in the document
- "Area" adds a note about a selected area
- "Text" adds a note about highlighted
Click into the document and add your note where you want it to appear.
"Point" (arrow) notes:
Select "Point," and add a note wth an arrow in the document. You can drag and drop to change the location of the arrow or note.