Quoting from the Document/Development page on the wiki:
1. Create draft doc, upload to Drafts space for relevant book.
2. Reviewer checks out draft doc, makes changes with tracking on,
checks doc in, promotes to Reviewed space.
3. Author (or someone else, depending on book & circumstances) revises
draft, removes change tracking up to that point, demotes file to
Drafts space -- OR skip to Step 5.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 as needed.
5. When ready, author (or other) promotes file from Reviewed space to
When I look at the Repository, I only see three folders for most
books: Draft, Proofing, and Published. There is no Reviewed nor Feedback
folder. So, presently how are the folders used at the present time and
in what order?
How much trouble would it be to create the additional two folders
for each of the books in the Repository?
Instead of clicking "Submit for review" and moving the draft file
into the Proofing folder, is there another process that could be used?
Perhaps another folder called "Peer review" since it is being reviewed
by ones peers?
Thinking this might be the sequence: place the doc into the Peer
review folder in step 1, reviewed by someone and placed in Feedback
folder in step 2, Author revises the draft placing it again in the Peer
review folder for further review in step 3 (or skip to step 5), and then
repeat steps 2 and 3.
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