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  1. Add a Copyeditor
  2. Copyedit DiscussionsDiscussions
  3. Upload Final Copyedit Draft
  4. Send to Production

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The Copyediting tab includes three new boxes: "Draft Files", "Copyediting Discussions", and "Copyedited". "Draft Files" holds the rough copy of the submission that has recently been put through review. Before you are able to interact with the draft file, you will may need to assign a copyeditor for this submission. Go to the "Participants" box on the right side of the page and select the blue "Assign" button in the top right corner. 

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You will be asked to locate a user with the copyeditor role from within the system. Make sure you choose the correct predefined message for the stage of copyediting and inform the potential copyeditor. 

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Once your copyeditor has confirmed this request, you will need to wait for them to upload their copyedited version to the page, preferably by using the "Copyediting Discussions" box.

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Once the copyeditor has sent in a final copyedited draft, confirmed by both the journal/section editor as well as the author, you can upload the final draft into the central "Copyedited" box. Upload a file by clicking the "Upload/Select Files" link in the upper right corner of the box. Once the file is uploaded, you can double-check the file's information or change the file using the "Edit"  button below the file name.

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Send to Production
Send to Production

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The Send to Production, located to the right of the “Draft Files” box, begins by asking whether or not you would like to notify the author(s) that their submission has made it to the next stage of production. Once you have decided whether or not to contact the author(s), click "Next: Send Files for Production".

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You will now be presented with two boxes that list potential files to upload to the production stage. The "Draft Files" box is included so that you can immediately move articles that don't require any copyediting straight to production after the review stage. If you went through any copyedits, your final draft should be uploaded underneath the "Copyedited" box. Be sure to check the correct file for upload, record the editorial decision, and officially move on to production. 

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Questions? Contact us at iusw@indiana.edu.