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We’re almost there! By there I mean we’ve almost completed an entire stage of a submission review process together. Of course, this is just one stage of a review process that I created. Decision.io is meant to be flexible, so don’t worry if your review process looks a bit different.
Today, I’ll show you how to move the submissions that will be continuing on in your review process to the next stage, and how to stop submissions that aren’t successful. My next post will show you how to send customized feedback to every applicant, and that will more or less wrap up the major tasks you’ll complete in a typical review process!
If I’m losing you here, it’s probably because you’re just joining us now. Peruse the links below to get up to speed.
Today, we get into the meat and potatoes of Decision.io. We are going to go into the full submission and take a look at our core features including rating, commenting, note taking, and ranking. This is where the organization that Decision.io adds to the online submission management and group decision-making process becomes apparent.
If you’re joining in on our series of product feature posts for the first time, I recommend you take a look at some of the posts below.
In today’s post, I am going to show you how to import your online submissions into Decision.io for review. Today’s example assumes you are importing from .CSV and therefore not using our Wufoo integration.
You will be amazed by how easy it is to go from an intimidating spreadsheet to a user friendly online submission review environment.
If you’re new here, you may want to browse the following links to get caught up in this Decision.io walk through series.