Documentation for Crucible 3.0.x. Documentation for other versions is available too.

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Once each reviewer has added comments to the review and has nothing further to add, the next step is for them to complete their individual review.

To complete your individual review, go to the review and click Complete at the top of the screen, next to the Tools menu:

(info) Only people with the 'Complete' permission can complete a review.

This notifies the moderator (via email if configured) that you have completed your review.

Reviewers can still continue to add comments until the moderator summarises the review. The moderator does not have to wait for all reviewers to complete their individual reviews before summarising.

If you have any draft comments, you will be prompted to post/discard/edit any comments before completing the review.

Screenshot: Draft comments

Screenshot: Review complete

1 Comment

  1. I am looking at the 'details' panel for a review I have performed.  Next to my name, it says "Reviewer - 100% complete", yet I don't have a green checkmark next to my name and the "Complete" button is enabled.  From what I've read above, these indicate that I have not yet marked this review as complete.


    In other words, Crucible treats "100% Complete" as a separate state from "Complete"; or more simply, "100% complete " != "complete", which is confusing.  I can learn to hit the 'Complete' button to complete my completed review, but I'd suggest a more intuitive workflow here to avoid ending up with a bunch of uncomplete 100% complete reviews from people who didn't realize this.


    FWIW I'm using Crucible 2.8.1, so this might already have been addressed in 2.10+.  Thanks for your time.