Add tag to document

Use tags to tag the entire document. Tags are predefined and are the same as classes. So, if your project has 3 classes, such as car, pedestrian, and tree, then the tags that'll appear in the documents of that project will be car, pedestrian, and tree.

To add a tag to a document:

  1. In the top panel of the Text Editor, click Tags/Free Text.
  2. In the Tags tab, select the tag you want or press its corresponding shortcut on the keyboard.
  3. If the tag has attributes, select the down arrow to see all the attributes and select them (optional).

Remove tag from document

To remove a tag from a document:

  1. In the top panel of the Text Editor, click Tags/Free Text.
  2. In the Tags tab, deselect the tag you want to remove.
  3. Another method is pressing the tag’s shortcut on the keyboard.

Add free text tag to document

The Free Text tool is a box where you can type a text. Use the Free Text tool if the tags aren't enough to describe the document.

To add a free text tag:

  1. In the top panel of the Text Editor, click Tags/Free Text.
  2. Go to the Free Text tab.
  3. Type a text in the text box. Your changes will be saved automatically.

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You can drag the text box to the bottom to make it larger.

Remove free text tag from document

To remove a free text tag:

  1. In the top panel of the Text Editor, click Tags/Free Text.
  2. Go to the Free Text tab.
  3. Remove the text. Your changes will be saved automatically.

Another way you can do this is by pressing the tag’s shortcut on the keyboard.

Switch to another document

To switch to the previous document, press the Left Arrow key on your keyboard.

To switch to the next document, press the Right Arrow key on your keyboard.

To switch to another document from the editor:

  1. In the left corner of the top panel, select the drop down list.
  2. Select the document you want to go to.

Document status

To change the status of a document, click one of the following buttons in the top right panel of the Document Editor:

  • Complete: To complete a document.
  • Quality check: To send a document to the QA.
  • Return: To return a document to the Annotator.
  • Skip: To skip a document because it's not useful to your model or because it doesn't contain the classes you want.

The table below shows the status buttons that are available or unavailable to each project contributor role.

Status button

Project Admin

Annotator (can complete document)

Annotator (can't complete document)

QA

Complete

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:

:x:

:white-check-mark:

Quality check

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:

:x:

Return

:white-check-mark:

:x:

:x:

:white-check-mark:

Skip

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:

:white-check-mark:


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