By default, a reviewer will review 100% of each document within a Project. However, it is possible to assign only a sample of the Project to be reviewed. Reducing the sample rate can help reduce the time and costs of translation projects.
The review sample size can be set from 10% to 100% in increments of 10%. For example, 42% of a Project could not be assigned for review, but 30%, 40%, or 50% could be assigned. The review percentage applies to all documents in the Project. For example, if you have three documents in a Project and set the sample rate to 50%, all three documents will have a sample rate of 50%.
Review sampling settings
A Project’s review sampling rate can be adjusted by opening the project, navigating to the
Settings page on the left sidebar, and scrolling down to the
Review Sampling section.
The default review sample settings can also be adjusted, as described in the Review Sampling Settings article.
Review sampling workflow
A document must be marked as
Done in the translation stage for review sampling to take effect. If the document is not marked as
Done by the translator, the reviewer will be given the entire document to review.
When reviewing a document and review sampling is less than 100%, a portion of the segments in the document become locked to reviewers. Reviewers are shown the entire document, but they will only be able to work on unlocked segments. The percent of unlocked segments is the review sampling rate.
Reviewers will go through all the unlocked segments to accept any segments with correct translations and edit any segments that need to be corrected.
When all documents in the Project are marked as done in Review mode, the manager will be notified.
The manager is notified the project is completed via email. The email includes the number of segments reviewed and the error rate of those segments.