As a Project Admin, you can create a workflow to distribute accurate annotation instructions and steps to help your team save time.
To create a project workflow:
- In Workflow, click Create Workflow.
- To add a step, choose a class.
- Choose an attribute (optional).
- Choose the annotation tool from the drop-down menu.
- Select New Step to add more steps.
- To automate the workflow, check the Automatic class change box.
- To apply the workflow, check the Apply the workflow box.
Click and drag the reorder button to change the order of the steps.
When you check the Automatic class change box, your workflow will be automated, which means that when an Annotator goes to the editor, the class and the tool of the first step will automatically be selected. When the Annotator finishes completing the first step, the class and the tool of the second step will automatically be selected, and so on.
To complete an annotation project, you need to run it through several steps and users. SuperAnnotate makes project management smoother than ever with a fully automated process.
Stage 1: The Annotator sends the items to the QA for a quality check.
Stage 2: The QA can either set the items as Complete and send them to the Admin or return them to the Annotator if the items don't meet the requirements. The QA can send an item back to the Annotator as many times as necessary.
Stage 3: The Admin can approve an item or disapprove it and send it back to the Annotator. The Admin can send an item back to the Annotator as many times as necessary.
Stage 4: When the project is done, the Admin can download the complete annotation data.
Updated 28 days ago