If you don’t want to manually assign items to Annotators and QAs, ask them to click Request Tasks in Data. They'll be automatically assigned up to the number of items that's set in Request item number in Settings. The minimum number is 1, and the maximum number is 50 for Video or Audio Projects and Text Projects and 200 for Image Projects.
Project Admins can’t upload or download data unless you give them permission from Settings.
Yes, you can do that using the following function:
input_dir(Pathlike(str or Path)) – Path to the dataset folder that you want to convert.
output_dir(Pathlike(str or Path)) – Path to the folder where you want to have converted files.
The projects are sorted by creation date (newest to oldest) by default. You can sort the projects by creation date (newest to oldest and vice versa) and status.
Yes, you can copy items from one folder to another. To do that, select the item, click Copy, and select the folder where you want to copy the item. You can also do this with SDK.
SuperAnnotate supports a two-level folder structure. Note that if the integrated storage has a folder structure with more than two levels, only the first-level and second-level folders will be uploaded.
You can attach an instructions document or link to a project in Setup → Settings → General. Learn more.
Yes, you can create an automation and receive a notification via webhook or email when an activity takes place in SuperAnnotate.
The events are applied to the following scopes: Projects, Folder, Item, and Export. Learn more.
Yes, you can compare the annotation time between annotators in Insights.
To cancel the export of a project:
- In Downloads, click Cancel next to the project whose download you want to cancel.
- In the popup, click Cancel.
Updated 3 months ago