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-where to go to edit them

-how to set up a new form

Creating a detailed review form:

After creating a review form, you should be able to see the new review form listed in the "Review Forms" box. By selecting the blue arrow to the right of the form's title, you will get a dropdown menu with the option to copy, preview, delete, and most importantly, edit your new review form. Select the "Edit" option in order to complete your review form.

This will open the "Review Form" tab for this form. From this tab, you can title the form and add a description and instructions. Once you've completed the instructions, you will want to add items to the form. Click the "Form Items" tab. 

Select "Create New Item" in the right corner of the "Form Items" box to view your options.

Use the "Create New Item" window to describe your review item and determine its type.

The available item types are listed in the "Choose item type" drop down menu. These item types allow you to request feedback from reviewers in a number of ways. The "Extended text box" type, for example, 

Here you will see a list of available "Items" in this form. These items will appear below the description and instructions, and can be used to ensure that the reviewers have properly read, understood, or completed certain tasks. Most items should be phrased as a question that reviewers can respond to, allowing you to get a sense of how well the reviewer followed the form's instructions as well as compiling the opions and notes of the reviewer on the submission being reviewed. Select "Create New Item" in the right corner of the "Form Items" box to view your options and create a more instructional review form.

-pros/ cons of using PDF vs. HTML review form (system tracks HTML)

-deleting forms (cannot delete forms that an active submission is tied to)

-What the reviewer sees

-What the editor sees

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