After successfully creating a project, you will be able to filter projects by tags, project type, created date, last modified date, status, and assignees. Some examples are shown below:
Filter by tags
Filter by last modified
Filter by labelers
Filtering projects by labelers and status can be useful in team projects. The detailed definitions of each status type can be found here.
If you are planning on creating lots of projects with different purposes, you can use tags to help organize and find the desired projects.
You can create separate tags in each workspace.
Click the triple dots on the right side, then click Manage Tags
Click New Tag, type in the new tag, then press Enter on your keyboard or press the Create button.
If you want to delete an existing tag, hover to the tag and click the Trash button.
If you want to assign a tag to a project, click the triple dots on the desired projects, select the tag and click on Save.
On the example below, we assign Media tag to USNorthKoreaTalks project.
Deleting projects can be done in two ways, delete one by one or delete all at once.
Delete a project
You can go to the triple dots in each project, then click Delete.
Delete multiple projects
Select the projects that you want to delete, then click Delete button above the dashboard.
Good news! Now, you are allowed to create projects by cloning it from the existing projects. We believe this can save your time creating projects with the same settings.
We have created a NER project named Percy Jackson. You can click the triple-dots on the right side and choose Use Project Settings.
You will be directed to project creation steps. Notice that the project name is already been filled with [Copied Settings] suffix. It means that this new project will have the same settings with Percy Jackson project.
📌 Please do note that this feature will only clone the following settings:
Label sets / question sets
Any settings on Step 5
You still need to upload the data and assign the labelers / reviewers as usual.
Sharing a permalink can be done in two ways: clicking the triple dots on the desired project and click the Share icon on the right-top in the labeling page.
Share projects via project dashboard
Share projects via Share icon in the labeling page.
Each member can use this feature. However, only members assigned can open the link.
For example, Project A has 3 labelers (Harry, Luna, and Neville) and 1 reviewer (Dumbledore).
Harry shares the link to Neville ➡ he can open it.
Harry shares the link to Dumbledore ➡he can open it, but will be directed to the Reviewer Mode.
Harry shares the link to Ron ➡ he can't open it, even though he's in the same team with Harry.