Uploading Conditionally Approved Work for Review
Certain organisations may have conditional approval turned on for their organisations. Where conditional approval is turned on, your reviewers may decide that as long as you make the changes they request in the system, they won't necessarily need to see your work again.
If this button is ticked, there are implications for you, as a designer or submitter of work, around how you would submit that work for approval when the next revision of work is ready to go. This guide runs through the steps to submit work that's been conditionally approved in the system.
Uploading a New Revision of Work
When work is conditionally approved, you will need to send a new version through the system when it is ready. To upload a new revision of work, find your project from the Projects menu. Any work that's been conditionally approved will have a yellow exclamation mark next to it. Click Add Revisions to upload your new revision of work.
Alternatively, you may use the Approval Submission screen if that is part of your workflow
When uploading a version of work that's already been conditionally approved, admation will let you know. Before uploading the work, you must review the two previous versions of work side-by-side.
Then select the checkboxes to confirm that:
- you have made the changes that [the reviewer] requested
- you do not need [the reviewer] to review that piece of work again as a result.
Click Save then continue submitting your work for approval as you usually would.
Conditional Approval Scenarios
If [the reviewer] was the only person on that approval, you would still need to submit your work, however admation would automatically approve the work on their behalf.
If these boxes remain unticked, admation assumes that you did not make the changes they requested, and the user would need to see the work again.