You can view how work completed in Rico’s workflow will look in final report outputs using the Review tab.
This is useful for reviewing reports before downloading and seeing how work completed in the workflow fits into the ‘bigger picture’ of the overall report being completed.
Opening the Review tab
Access the review tab, by clicking the blue ‘Review’ tab on the right-hand edge of your display.
On smaller displays, the Review tab will slide out over the workflow (on the left), only allowing you to navigate through the Review tab. On larger displays, the Review tab will appear next to the workflow so you can navigate through both the Review tab and the workflow, simultaneously, creating a more fluid experience.
Tip: To view the review tab and workflow simultaneously on smaller displays, you can adjust the zoom on your web browser, zooming out until both appear side by side.
Navigating within the Review tab
Change the report you’re viewing
Where multiple report outputs exist, you can select the report output you wish to view using the drop-down at the top of the Review tab.
Jump to pages
At the bottom of the Review tab are three navigation buttons:
Jump to current page - navigates you to the page in the reports where the step in the workflow you’re currently viewing will be output.
Table of Contents - opens up the table of contents of the current report you’re viewing where you can select a section to jump to.
Scroll to Top - takes you back to the top of the current document you’re viewing.
Jumping between the Review tab and workflow
Clicking content in the Review tab will jump you to the relevant place in the workflow where that content can be edited. This enables you to easily navigate to areas that need attention from the review tab.
Clicking the download button at the top right of the Review tab will download the report selected in the dropdown (to the left of the download button).
Note: The report preview may not always be an exact representation when it comes to finer details which depend on the word processor you’re using. Page numbers are not populated until the document is downloaded and opened, therefore, it is suggested that you refer to section headings as opposed to page numbers when writing assessments.