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RPT Release Notes: 2019.01.23 (Candidate Transparency and Using Materials from Previous Cases)

This release features work that will improve the organization of case materials and the work routines of administrators, committee managers, committee members, and candidates in Review, Promotion & Tenure.

Improved packet transparency. With this release we have updated the visual layout of the candidate packet (with some impact on the case creation process), so that the administrator view and the candidate view resemble each other much more closely.

Reusing past case materials. We have also added the ability for an Administrator to pre-populate a candidate's case with suggested materials pulled from that candidate's past cases which the candidate can accept, edit, or remove.

What is it, what will change, and why?

  • This work is designed to allow for complete transparency between the candidate and RPT views of the “packet” (defined as the Candidate Requirement Sections and all documents added to those sections, regardless of who added them)
  • Admins can include 1 or more materials from 1 or more previous reviews in a candidate's packet
  • Candidates can reorder their materials after submission
  • Cm/admin can add materials to a Candidate Requirement section (i.e. proxy-lite)
  • We have eliminated the concept of two different sort orders, (Candidate vs. RPT)

The following updates and bugs have also been addressed with this release:

  1. Ensuring complete backwards compatibility for our API clients
  2. Bug fixes and tweaks (including but not limited to: resolving sort order issues for the .csv download of the previous state of the packet, making sure the "Read" button works as designed, fixing an issue with duplicate candidate requirements when creating a case from a template, ensuring all reordering scenarios worked as intended, etc...)
List of Known Issues:

The following are known issues following the release on January 23rd, 2019. This list is being updated regularly, and issues are being removed as they are resolved.

Current as of 2/26/19

Slow Performance of RPT: We are currently working to address the issue of slow performance in RPT. Users are experiencing slowness when navigating through RPT and in particular when trying to send cases forward. In some instances the program is slow to refresh pages and appears to freeze when scrolling down the page. Also, in certain scenarios it takes a while for selected materials to be moved/reassigned to a new section.

"Select All" checkbox selects unsubmitted forms (investigating if this is causing downloads to fail): Sporadic issues are being reported when attempting to download all case documents (both .zip and PDF).

Additional docs section showing out of place for candidates: The candidate view (for a small number of candidates) is showing the additional document section after the first requirement and not after the last requirement in the section.  

Candidate Packet and Internal Documents sections switch order after searching materials: Problem happening if the order of sections has been modified to move the Candidate Packet below the Internal sections, in some cases the Candidate Packet moves back to the top after searching the case materials.

Attempting to move case forward, error "You must provide a subject": Some users report slowness when clicking to "Send case forward."  After typing in a subject line in the message that will go out to reviewers gaining access, an error message displays: "You must provide a subject," even though there is a subject. After 30 seconds the error goes away.

"Move" function not working when moving documents out of the Migrated Docs Section: Some users were experiencing problems when attempting to move documents out of the "Migrated Case Materials" section to another section and/or requirement. Checking the box for the document titled "Response" leaves the "Move" button grayed out and it gives this message "You can not move packet attachments and other candidate packet items at the same time."

Candidate Packet and Internal Documents sections switch order after searching materials: If the order of sections has been changed by an Administrator to move the Candidate Packet below the Internal sections, the Candidate Packet moves back to the top after searching the case materials. When moving the internal case section to the top and the candidate packet to the bottom of the page, they should remain in that order.

Order of documents in the reader does not the match order on case materials (fix in progress): In some instances the case reader is displaying documents in a different order than found on the case details page.

Administrators unable to delete case sections with no active documents: Some users are receiving the following message when trying to delete empty packet sections: "This section can't be deleted because it contains active documents." This message appears even though there are no active documents in the section. We are fixing these issues for our users and adding the ability for administrators to delete empty sections with documents that have been migrated to the Case Materials Internal Section.

RPT: UI - Delete Sections with no Internal Documents: RPT Administrators should be able to delete empty sections whose documents have been migrated to the Case Materials internal section, so those empty sections can be removed. at I can remove those sections.

RPT API loaded RPT docs stuck uploading: One client has reported documents not uploading to the Additional Documents section of the Candidate Packet. The documents that were uploaded have the spinning wheel. According to the client, the documents that were uploaded should have replaced the existing documents in the Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness section. Instead, they were created and are listed in the Additional Documents section. Additionally, it seems there have been multiple versions of the document created instead of replacing the original files.

Updated candidate's case page in RPT:
New design for the Case Materials tab of the case page:

When an RPT user is viewing the case page of a candidate,  and if the candidate is involved in the case, the user will see two sections on the Case Materials tab:

  • Candidate Packet
  • Internal Sections
Candidate Packet and Internal Sections

Candidate Packet:

An RPT user looking at the candidate packet sees all the sections of the candidate's packet in the new "tile" design, where each section of the candidate packet displays on it's own tile.

The following message appears at the top of the candidate packet:

“Any materials added to the candidate packet will be visible to the candidate and available for them to use in their current case. The candidate will be able to replace or delete any files in an unlocked section before they submit."

 

candidate packet

Internal Sections

An RPT user looking at internal sections will see a message that says:

"These sections are available to committee members reviewing the case and cannot be viewed by the candidate. Please note that some materials added to internal sections can be shared with the candidate by an administrator or committee manager."

internal sections
New design for the Case Details tab of the case page:

RPT users viewing the "Case Details" tab for a committee will now see an updated tile styling in the following order:

  1. Reviewing as:  Committee Name ("change" button to change the reviewing committee/individual)
  2. Instructions tile: Open by default, but doesn’t display if there are no instructions
  3. Required Documents tile: Open by default, tile won’t display if there are no required documents
  1. Committee Members tile: Closed by default, lists committee members in a table display
  2. Conversation tile
  3. Voting Results section:
    • Shows date for votes, defaults to most recent.
    • "Add New Votes" appears above the tile to the right

When there are voting results to display, the voting chart displays and "Edit Results" appears at the bottom beneath the display of all the voting info.

RPT user viewing the "Case Details" tab for an individual reviewer will see updated tile styling in the following order:

  • Instructions tile: Open by default, but doesn’t display if there are no instructions
  • Required Documents tile: Open by default, won’t show tile if there are no required documents
RPT Admins and Committee Managers can reorder the sections on the case page of a candidate:

RPT administrator or committee manager viewing a case page can reorder candidate packet sections, applicant sections, and internal sections via drag-n-drop (this function is not new, just added back with all the changes).

Simply collapse all the sections with the "Collapse all" button in the top toolbar, and drag-n-drop to reorder sections.

Note: Evaluators cannot use drag-n-drop and can’t reorder packet sections.

The name of the template used to build a case now displays at the top of the case detail view:

RPT users now see the name of the template used for a case when viewing the case.

We removed "Reviewing as," from the top part of the page, and that has become part of Case details.

Added "Template" and the value next to the unit name, and moved the status over to the right

Note: When a case was created without a template they see "Custom Case" as the template name. .

template name at the top of the case page
New action bar on the case page of a candidate; we updated the process of moving materials in bulk, and the action bar functionality:

When an RPT administrator or committee manager selects more than one document in a candidate packet, they will see an action bar with:

  • Select all: Click the box at the left of the bar to select all files
  • Download (if downloads are turned on for the institution)
  • Share
  • Settings
  • Move Files
    • This action shows list of candidate sections as header, then requirement sections as the options
action bar

When an RPT administrator or committee manager selects one or more documents in the internal sections, and one or more document in the candidate packet, they will get an action bar with:

  • Select all: Click the box at the left of the bar to select all files
  • Download (if downloads are turned on for the institution)
  • Share
  • Settings
  • Move Files (disabled with a message that says "You can not move files between the candidate packet and internal sections. ")

When RPT administrator or committee manager selects more than one document in the internal sections, they will see an action bar with:

  • Select all: Click the box at the left of the bar to select all files
  • Download (if downloads are turned on for the institution)
  • Share
  • Settings
  • Move Files
    • Shows list of internal sections
click the box to the left of the document name to select
Updated process for creating templates and cases:
When creating a case, RPT administrators can search for the faculty member from a list of existing RPT users, and the candidate's information will auto-populate in the candidate fields:

When filling out the "Candidate Information" section while creating a case for a faculty member, an RPT administrator will see a new field to search for the candidate's name. Entering the faculty member’s name in the field presents matches with users in the system.

candidate info field

When the admin selects a user from the list of matching names, that user’s information is auto-populated into the candidate fields.

Note: If the correct user does not appear as a match, a new user will be created with the information the admin adds.

candidate name field
Administrators can now configure the display order of requirements and internal sections when creating templates and cases:

RPT Administrators creating or editing a template or case can set the internal section display order, specifying if Candidate Sections or Internal Case Sections display first on the case page of a candidate by clicking a radio button.

The display setting options are

  • Above the candidate packet
  • Below the candidate packet

The default selection is "Below the candidate packet."

settings section for where internal case will appear

When the user changes the display order, they have the option to save or cancel the change.

above of below the packet

When an RPT user is viewing the case page, the default view will display all Candidate Sections grouped together and all Internal Case Sections (including External Evaluations) grouped together.

The image below depicts the new design and default order with the candidate packet set to appear first on the case page

new design and default order with the candidate packet set to appear first on the case page
Administrators can reorder internal sections when creating or editing templates and cases:

Looking at the internal sections of a case or templates, the user sees a "Sections" header above the list of internal sections.

Administrators can click and drag-n-drop to reorder internal sections for packets and templates.

When an RPT Admin adds a new section, the new section will be placed at the bottom of the internal sections, and the user can click to drag and drop and reorder it along with the other sections.

Looking at the internal sections of a case or templates, the user sees a "Sections" header above the list of internal sections
We restored the ability to reorder requirements in templates:

We restored the ability for Admins to reorder requirement sections for a template.

Administrators in RPT can add files from a previous case involving the candidate to the candidate's current case:

RPT administrators can now include 1 or more materials from 1 or more previous reviews in a candidate's case.

New window for adding required files to a case on behalf of the candidate, now includes the ability to select files from a previous case:

An RPT administrator viewing the case page of a candidate can select the option to add a file to the candidate's case. When the administrator clicks the “Add File” button on a Candidate Requirement Section, the user sees a window with two tabs:

  • Previous Reviews
  • Add New File

Notes:

  • Committee managers cannot upload files from previous reviews, and these users will not see the "Previous Reviews" tab in the "Add File" window,
  • If the candidate does not have previous cases associated with them, the administrator will not see the “Previous Reviews" tab.
  • Evaluators will not see an "add file" button on any packet section
New window for adding required files to a case on behalf of the candidate
Using an existing file from a previous review:

RPT administrators creating a new case for a faculty member can access documents from a previous review for that same faculty member.

If there are previous cases associated with the candidate, the admin will see a “Previous Reviews” tab and have the option to add a file from a previous case.

  • The Admin can only select one review at a time
  • Defaults to the most recently closed review
    • Secondary sort: by case creation date

The "Previous Reviews" tab displays a drop down list of previous cases from which the admin or manager can select a previous review for the given applicant.

The display includes the template name (if no template, Custom Workflow), the date the case was created, and the date the case was archived (if not archived, the date the case was created displays along with "not closed").

Notes:

  • RPT administrators searching for previous reviews will not see cases for which they are recused.
previous reviews tab

After selecting a previous case:

  • The admin sees all file names from that previous review for inclusion in the upcoming review listed as:
    • Artifact Name
    • Section
  • The admin can search the list of applicant media from the previous packet by name or the packet section name.
  • The admin can then select and copy one or more applicant files from the previous packet to the current packet requirement.
  • The admin has an option to select all documents listed.

Note: RPT Administrator selecting documents from a previous review for a future review will not see External Evaluations/candidate attachments as available artifacts

select case from dropdown

When adding a file from a previous case in internal sections, the user will not see external evaluations returned from that list.

The display of sections and documents in the window should be identical between the Packet Sections and the Internal Sections.

Adding a new file:

An RPT administrator on the “Add New File” tab will see our default upload prompt for 1 or more files, video, or webpage.

If the candidate has been notified of their case, when RPT Admin or CM adds a new artifact to the candidate requirement section, they will get an alert notice that tells them the file will be visible to the candidate and asks them to confirm they want it added. If user selects yes, then the file will be added to the packet.

Administrators and committee managers can now add and move materials to a Candidate Requirement Section:
Administrators can add required documents on behalf of candidate:

An administrator creating a case can upload a document as a fulfillment to a requirement on behalf of a candidate. These documents are added to the candidate’s dossier.

Note: Once a document is moved or added to the Candidate Documents section on the candidate packet, it cannot be moved out of that section.

click add file button
The name of the person who added each document displays on the case page of a candidate:

We now display the name of the individual responsible for adding an artifact to a packet on the case page of a candidate.

Each entry displays the name, date: Month, Date Year (e.g. Nov 13, 2018)

Note: We have moved this information from the document edit window and placed it beside the document on the case page of the candidate.

Details:

  • For material uploaded and submitted by the candidate:
    • "Submitted by [Candidate First] [Candidate Last]"
  • Suggested and confirmed by the candidate before submission
    • "Added by [RPT User First] [RPT User Last]"
  • Added by CM/admin and shared with candidate
    • "Added by [RPT User First] [RPT User Last]"
  • Added by CM/admin to an internal section
    • "Added by [RPT User First] [RPT User Last]"
  • Uploaded by an external evaluator
    • "Submitted by [Evaluator First] [Evaluator Last]
the name of the person who added the file appears on the candidate packet
Committee managers and administrators can use drag-n-drop to move candidate required documents:  
  • User can use drag-n-drop functionality to rearrange packet media
  • User can move one or more fulfillments (required documents) from one requirement to another
  • User can reorder fulfillments within the same requirement
  • User can move one or more packet attachments from one internal section to another
  • User can reorder packet attachments within the same internal section
Administrators (and applicants) can reassign an uploaded document that satisfies a requirement, to satisfy another requirement in the same packet:

Administrators can move fulfillment from one required document to another in the same packet. Fulfillment can only be moved to and from required document.

Applicant can also move fulfillment from one required document to another, and fulfillments can only be moved to and from required document.

Admin or CM can move internal section document to another internal section:

Admin or CM can move packet section document from one internal section to another.

Updated processes for external evaluations:
RPT committee managers and administrators can create confidential attachments (add files to the external evaluations section) on the case page of a candidate:

When a committee manager or admin clicks "Add" in the External Evaluations section, they can upload a document as a confidential attachment.

RPT evaluators/CMs/Admins of the case will see the confidential attachments in their view of the packet.

Notes:

  • Candidates will never, under any circumstances see confidential attachments
  • Committee can’t share a confidential attachment with a candidate
  • CM/Admin can not move a confidential attachment to a candidate section
external evlautions section
A new window and new rules for adding a file to the External Evaluations section:

When an RPT administrator or committee manager adds a document to the external evaluation section, they will see a new window with only the upload document option, titled “Add External Evaluation.” When the user adds the evaluation, it will be treated as a confidential attachment instead of a packet attachment and is not available to the candidate.

More details:

  1. RPT Admin and CM can open an “add file” window by clicking the add files button for the external evaluations section
  2. New files saved to the external evaluations section are saved as confidential attachments instead of packet attachments
  3. User can upload a new file and save it as a confidential attachment
  4. User sees this language in the window: "Files added to the External Evaluations section are confidential and can not be shared with the candidate."
  5. Evaluators can not see the "add file" button for any packet section

Notes:

The new window mentioned above will not have the option to add “Video” or “Webpage” artifacts.

add external evaluation window
RPT administrators, and committee managers of the current committee can reassign external evaluations:
  • An RPT admin, and the CM of the current committee can reorder an external evaluation within the external evaluations section on the case page of a candidate
  • An RPT admin, and the CM of the current committee can also re-assign an external evaluation to another internal section on the case page
When an RPT administrator or committee manager uploads an external evaluation we record that in the activity log, accessed at the top right of the case page:
view activity log under case options

The log shows:

  • When the evaluation was uploaded
  • Who uploaded the evaluation
  • The name of the file
  • Evaluation is:
    • First_Name Last_Name (email_address) uploaded a confidential evaluation titled "file_name"
Caae Activity Log Entry
Change management (Migrated Case Materials):

Note: This release may change the sequence of your existing case sections. The order of your sections may move because we're more clearly distinguishing between sections that comprise the candidate's packet and those sections that include materials intended for use only by the institution.

New "Migrated Case Materials" section appears on the case page of every packet that has packet attachments in candidate sections:

Files in the candidate's packet are visible to candidates. To make absolutely sure candidates only see materials our users intend for them to see, we have created a 'catchall' evaluator section named "Migrated Case Materials" for any packet that has packet attachments in either requirement sections or applicant sections.

The materials that appear in this section were originally in the Candidate Packet section, but we moved them as a precaution because we cannot be sure the candidate should have access to the files. You can move the files to another internal section, or leave them here.

migrated case materials section
We will show the previous section name for migrated packet attachments on the case page:

To make the post-release transition easier for our users, we now display information in the UI to let the user know the previous section assignment for all materials in the new catch-all Migrated Case Materials section. Packet attachments migrated to migrated case materials section show the previous section name below the document title.

display of previous section name in migrated materials section
Administrators in the program can edit settings and delete documents in the Migrated Case Section:
edit materials window

Administrators can edit settings of documents in the Migrated Case Section, including the document name, description, and access, as well as moving documents to another case section or deleting them.

access field on edit materials window
Administrators can download a .csv of legacy packet data:

Because we have changed the sort order and presentation of packet materials, we now allow administrators to download a .csv file that includes information about the pre-release state of the packet. Most importantly, we show the sort order and the legacy section associated with each file.

  1. User sees menu button "Options" for the migrated case materials section
  2. CM / Admin see the ability add a packet attachment or edit this section
  3. Admin sees the ability to download legacy case data in a csv file

 

download sort order under options menu
Other changes to Review, Promotion & Tenure:
When shared with a committee member, responses to a shared file are limited to internal sections only:

When an administrator or committee manager shares a file with a committee member and enables the option to submit a response, the user will only see internal sections of the case listed as available sections where they can place the response file when the response comes in.

only internal sections of the case listed as available sections

When shared with a candidate, responses to a shared file can go into any section:

When an administrator or committee manager shares a file with a candidate and enables the option to submit a response, the user can choose to place the response file in any section when the response comes in.

Show document status updates when docs are converting:

When users upload documents that will be converted to .pdf (fulfillments, packet attachments, confidential attachments, and external evals), we now update the Document Status on the page while the document is pending conversion, until the document is converted successfully.

The page updates the document with a hyperlinked name and received data when successfully converted, and updates the document to show error status if errors occur in conversion.

Updated design for Candidate Experience:

When RPT user views the materials associated with Candidate Requirement Sections, they will see the same presentation as the candidate.

View before submission:

view before submission

View after submission:

view after submission
Candidate reordering after Submission:
Updated submitted section behavior:

After an applicant submits a section, the section appears as collapsed by default on the packet requirements tab of the packet.

If the section is editable, and the applicant expands it, and adds a document to a requirement within that section, the section then auto collapses again after the document is successfully added.

The section stays expanded until the user re-collapses it on their own or they refresh / leave the page.

Candidates can drag-n-drop required documents on the packet tab:
  • User can move one or more fulfillments from one requirement to another
  • User can reorder fulfillments within the same requirement
  • User can’t move fulfillments into or out of or rearrange fulfillments in a locked requirement
drag and drop
Updated design for candidate experience:
  • Candidates viewing a submitted case which they are allowed to edit can add/delete/replace/reorder materials
  • Candidates viewing a submitted section which they are allowed to edit can reorder documents across requirements
  • Additional UI Changes:
    • Created tabs for Overview/Packet/Shared Committee Files
    • Display the case type/template name on candidate's packet
    • Display unit name on candidate's packet
New candidate packet view:
Updated tabbed packet view:

Candidates going to their case will see tabs:

  • Overview
  • Packet
  • Shared Committee Files (if any files have been shared with the candidate)

The header will be the template name, when the case has no template name because it is created from a blank case (there is no template name), the Candidate Name will appear as the header.

Below the header the candidate will see:

  • Unit
  • Type
  • Candidate Instructions
packet tab
New content on the overview tab of the new candidate packet view:

Candidates will see an overview tab that displays an overview of their packet. Each section should contain:

  • A due date (if added)
  • Whether the section is "Submitted" or "Not Yet Submitted"
  • When a section is locked, the action is to "View"
    • When user selects "View" they are directed to that part of the packet (requirement view)
  • When a section is unlocked, the action is to "Edit"
    • When the user selects "Edit" they are directed to that part of the packet (requirement view)
new packet overview
New design for candidate packet:

The candidate packet tab now has sections. Each section that is part of the packet has a:

  • Section name
  • Due Date (optional)
  • Status: Submitted/Not Yet Submitted
  • Badge of: Locked/Unlocked
  • Submit Button
  • # of required materials
  • Description (optional)
packet tab with sections

Requirements:

  • When section has 1 or more requirement, each requirement has:
    • Name
    • # required (optional)
    • # added
    • Add icon
    • Description (optional)
  • If the packet allows candidates to add their own sections:
    • Candidate sees an "Add Section" button at the bottom of all the sections
    • When user adds a new section, it is added to the bottom of their packet
requirements section display
Candidate can edit applicant sections in new packet design:

If the candidate has ability (permission) to add their own section they have an option to edit the name and description of that section.

  • User can open the applicant section edit modal by clicking the edit button for an applicant section, and can edit the name and description of the applicant section.
  • User sees help text indicating an applicant section can't be deleted if it has documents attached to it
  • User sees delete button in the edit modal if no documents are attached to the section
  • User can delete an applicant section if it has no documents
Shared Committee Files:

We have removed removed the “Committee Files” link.

If 1 or more files have been shared with the candidate, the candidate will see a "Shared Committee Files" tab when viewing their case.

shared committee files tab

On the "Shared Committee Files" tab, user sees a tile for each "share" event, and each tile includes:

  • Sent by (Sender’s name and date)
  • Table of shared file(s) & actions
  • Option to respond (if required)
  • Due date (optional)
  • User can copy the document to their Dossier
  • User can download the shared file
shared files display
New  action bar and checkboxes to select sections:

The candidate packet now includes a new action bar that is fixed to the top as the user scrolls down the page with options to:

  • Select all
  • Preview Sections (disabled until at least 1 section is selected)
  • Submit Sections (disabled until at least 1 section is selected)
  • Expand All
  • Collapse All
  • Add Section (moved up from the bottom of the page)

An active check box appears next to each tile that is not submitted

A disabled check box appears next to tiles that are already submitted

preview sections display in header bar
New process for submitting candidate packets:
New work flow for submitting sections in the candidate packet:

With the new flow, when the candidate selects to submit a section:

  • If the section doesn’t have the required number of materials, the user sees a window with a message that they are missing items needed to submit:
    • Message: The section “section_name” cannot be submitted because you have not added all the materials required to complete and submit the section. Please review the list of required materials to see what materials you may be missing. You can submit the section once you have uploaded all required materials."
submission confirmation

When submitting a section that meets the required number of materials, candidate sees a confirmation message that says what's going to happen when they submit:

  • Message: You cannot edit the documents and forms within a section once it has been submitted. An administrator will need to unlock the section in order for you to make any changes. Are you sure you want to submit the section “section_name” at this time?
    • When user selects "Yes" to submit the section, the section should be locked (existing), and the actions columns for files in the section should be removed
confirmation message

After a candidate successfully submits a section, they will see a confirmation notice in lower left corner of browser:

  • Header: Section Successfully Submitted or Sections Successfully Submitted
  • Body: The section is now available to the appropriate committee members for review.
New precautions to prevent candidate's from adding too many documents to a requirement before submission:

We have taken measures to prevent candidates from adding more than the required number of documents for a given document requirement before submitting their packet.

When a candidate adds more documents than the required number, the number added changes color and is bolded to draw attention to the error.

notice of number added to requirement

When the candidate tries to submit the section they get a message that the section can not be submitted because a requirement has too many documents: “The section “section_name” cannot be submitted because there are issues with the requirements listed below:” (Here we display a table):

  • Section Name
  • Reason
    • Exceeds the maximum number of materials
    • Missing the minimum number of materials

With the text: “You can submit the section once you have corrected any issues and added materials to meet the requirements for the section.”

confimation message
Candidate can preview and submit one or more unlocked packet sections via the action bar button:

When the candidate selects more than 1 section, the Preview Sections button will enable (preview the sections the user selected), and the Submit Sections button will enable (submit the sections selected).

candidate preview via action bar

When the user selects to "Preview Sections" they get a viewer with only the sections they selected in the order they will be sent to RPT.

view of document reader
  • If the selected sections all satisfied the requirements, when they "Submit Sections" the user should get a confirmation that says:
    • You cannot edit the documents and forms within a section once it has been submitted. An administrator will need to unlock the section in order for you to make any changes. Are you sure you want to submit the section “section_name” at this time?
  • When user select yes to submit the sections the sections should submit and should be locked on apply.
  • An email should be sent to everyone on the current step (committee members, committee managers, assigned administrators) to inform them that new sections were submitted.
    • Administrators not assigned to the workflow step should not get an email
  • If the user has selected sections that have not satisfied the requirements, the "Submit Section" button should remain disabled, and the hover error should change to say " Some sections cannot be submitted because there are issues with the requirements"
The candidate can see that an RPT administrator has suggested a particular document for a requirement:

The candidate can see that an RPT administrator has suggested a particular material for use before they submit the section: “Suggested by Administrator."

details of candidate document
Candidate can move fulfillments from one requirement to another:

Candidates can move fulfillment from one required document to another. Fulfillment can only be moved to and from required document.

Accessibility and display improvements:

We have made numerous changes to improve accessibility and make the candidate packet easier to navigate by implementing new compliant designs, and A11y features for drag-n-drop, and action tool bar procedures.