For a Question to reach the final Rejected Returned state depends on the number of Reviewers assigned for the Question.
As a Reviewer, if you feel the Question does not meet the requirements, then you should reject return the Question. On Upon clicking the Reject Return button, a dialog box asks you to enter a mandatory explanation for returning the rejectionquestion.Image Removed
If there is more than one Reviewer, the rejection return process must meet the rejection return criteria decided for the Question.
For example, if there are two Reviewers for a Question, a minimum of 2 Reviewers (or as decided) is required to reject return the Question.
The user rejecting returning the Question gets the pop-up window to choose the state, if the state of the Question is going to be changed.
If there are more than two Reviewers for a Question, the first Reviewer will not get see the drop-down option to choose where to send the Question.
- When a Question is rejected returned by a sufficient number of Reviewers, the author of the Question is able to view it in the Draft/Rejected Returned Questions tab of the Project Writing Summary page. The writer is able to view the explanations for rejectionthe returned Question.
- The Project Manager must specify how many Reviewers must reject return a Question before the author reviews it as RejectedReturned.
The "RejectReturn" button text, "Reject" text for button description in the review process explanation paragraph near the top of the page, "Rejected Returned By" text in User Tracking, title text of the Reject Return Question Comment box, Additional additional occurrences for rejected returned Question: State text and Comment title text. For HTML Report obtained after rejecting a Question during Review and clicking Print: Status text, "Rejected Returned By" text, and Comment title in Question Report on the Review Questions page may appear alteredusing other words, depending on the text provided in the Reject Button and Reject State Text settings of the Item Bank's configuration.
In ExamDeveloper versions prior to 1809, these buttons were labeled as Reject and Rejected. For existing projects after 1809, these buttons will retain whatever you named the Custom Label. If you had Reject and Rejected, that will remain as Reject and Rejected.