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Reviewing results

Commercial & Enterprise

Human review supports validating and correcting results from deployment runs.

When a review-enabled deployment run fails a validation, all documents from the run are added to the Review tab in Workspaces. Documents can be reviewed by any member of the deployment workspace, but only a workspace manager can close reviews.

Working in the review interface

Understanding the review interface can help you quickly process reviews.

The Review user interface, with components numbered for cross-reference with adjacent descriptions

The review interface includes these components.

  1. File list. The file list displays the files under review. If a file includes multiple documents, as shown, the entire file opens together so that you can review documents with full context. Additionally, if you manually select multiple documents from the Review tab, all of the documents you select are displayed. The selected document is highlighted and displayed in the document view.

  2. Document view. Displays the document selected in the file list.

  3. Document view tabs.

    • Single document. Use this view to modify extraction data. For single-page documents, you can also use this view to modify classification data.

    • Documents grid. For files that contain multiple documents, use this view to modify mapping and classification data. The grid lets you move pages into the correct document and modify document class.

    • Results table. For files that contain multiple documents, use this view to modify or compare extracted data across all documents.

  4. Document view toolbar. Use these options to modify the current document view to suit your needs, including:

    • Switch between the document image and text only.

    • Search for text.

    • Toggle bounding boxes to highlight source data in the document.

    • Pop-out the document view to a separate window.

    • Zoom and navigate pages.

  5. Fields list. The fields list displays fields associated with the displayed document. You can search, sort, and filter fields. For example, you can filter to display only fields with validation failures.

  6. Document classification. If the run assigns a class—or document type—a label displays the document class, along with an Edit icon to modify classification.

  7. Mark document as reviewed button. Click to mark the document as reviewed. All documents in a run must be marked as reviewed before the review can be closed.

  8. Submit and continue button. Click to mark all the documents in the file list as reviewed and advance to the next review available to you.

  9. Review options. Use review options to modify human review settings, including:

    • Show execution errors — Indicates errors in the deployment run, such as validation logic with missing field references.

    • Show source for selected field only — Highlights source data in the document for the selected field only. By default, source data for all fields is highlighted.

Reviewing results

Your core task as a reviewer is to check and correct data from automated document processing workflows. You can review documents from any workspace you have access to.

If the documents you’re reviewing were submitted as part of a multipage file, verify that the file was correctly parsed into individual documents. When you open any document from a multipage file, the entire file opens as well, so that you can review each document with full context. If necessary, remap documents from multipage files so that they’re split correctly.

Next, if your workflows assigns classes—or document types—review classification, because the data that’s extracted varies by class.

Finally, review extracted data, focusing particularly on fields that are flagged as failing validation.

  1. In Workspaces, select the Review tab, then click Start review.

  2. For each file you’re reviewing, verify and correct data if needed, then mark the file as reviewed.

    • To correct mapping data where multipage files were incorrectly parsed into individual documents, select the documents grid. Select pages and use the button controls to move or delete pages or create additional documents.

    • To correct classification data, use one of these methods:

      • For documents belonging to only one class, click the Edit classification icon near the assigned class. Select the correct class, then click Confirm.

      • For files that contain multiple documents, select the documents grid. Next to the classification label on an incorrectly classified document, click Edit. Select the correct class, then click Confirm.

        Changing the classification of a document clears any extracted data, resulting in a new set of blank extraction fields appropriate to the class you specify.

    • To correct text fields, in the fields list, select a field. Enter a new value or, in the document viewer, select the area of the document that contains the information for that field. You can click to select text, or use your mouse to draw a box around the information.

      If validations apply to the selected document, all fields are automatically revalidated when you modify a value.

    • To correct tables, in the fields list, select a table to open it for editing. Select any table cell, then in the document viewer, select the area of the document that contains the information for that cell. You can click to select text, or use your mouse to draw a box around the information.

  3. Review any additional files in the file list.

  4. Click Submit and continue.

    This action marks everything in the file list as reviewed and advances you to the next file available for review.

Completing and closing reviews

Human review involves two steps:

  1. Reviewing documents and marking them reviewed. All documents in a given run must be marked reviewed before the run can be closed.

    If you have multiple documents open in human review, clicking Submit and continue marks them all as reviewed.

  2. Closing reviews. When all documents in a given run are marked reviewed, a workspace manager can close the review. Closing reviews sends results to downstream integrations.

Only workspace managers can close reviews. When you have reviews to close, a tally appears on the Review tab. Click Close reviews to close all available reviews or select specific reviews to close. To ensure you see reviews across all workspaces you manage, select All workspaces in the sidebar.

Viewing metrics

Workspace managers can access review metrics for their workspaces.

Click View document review summary to see the number of reviews in each review state (Not started, In review, Completed).

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