Comments and Raised Issues
RedBrick AI offers two primary ways of communicating with your team on the platform: Comments and Raised Issues.
Comments are useful when:
- you feel the need to make a note of something and that note should be visible to other team members;
- you would like to point out a specific point on the canvas to others;
- you have to provide text-based feedback on something while annotating;
To leave a Comment, simply click on the Comments button in the top right of the Annotation Tool to reveal the Comments Panel. Provide the information you'd like to share and then click on Comment.
Optionally, you can pin your Comment to a point on the canvas by clicking on the Pin the comment on canvas button and then clicking again on the desired location.
Creating and pinning a Comment
All Comments for a Task are visible in the Task Details as well.
Several Comments as recorded in Task Details
You can export a CSV of all Comments recorded in a Project by navigating to the Export Meta-data section of your Project Settings.
We recommend raising an issue when:
- you feel that you need to elevate a problem to an Administrator;
- you cannot continue work on a specific Task due to some sort of blocking issue;
To raise an Issue, simply click on the Comments button in the top right of the Annotation Tool to reveal the Comments Panel. Provide the information you'd like to share and then click on the righthand Raise Issue button.
The Raise Issue button highlighted
After clicking the Raise Issue button, a dialog box will appear to confirm your choice to raise an Issue and remove the current Task from your Labeling Queue.
Once an Administrator responds to your query, the Task will reappear in your Labeling Queue and you can continue work.
As an Admin, you can easily filter out a list of Raised Issues in the Project Dashboard.
Filtering out Issues on the Project Dashboard
After filtering out your Tasks, you can easiliy open the Task Details to respond to your annotator and send the Task back to them.