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Undo and Re-do Peer Reviewer?

Postby michael_clj » Fri Mar 02, 2012 2:33 pm

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Greetings --

I selected a "recommendation" in our OJS today before attaching the reviewer's report and it was accepted as "review completed," but I missed the opportunity to attach the actual report. Is there a way for me to undo and re-do Peer Reviewer so that I might attach the review?

Thanks very much, in advance --

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Re: Undo and Re-do Peer Reviewer?

Postby ramon » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:35 am

Hello Michael,

If you want to send the report to the author, I think all you need to do is notify the author again.
Then, customize the message a little so the author knows why a new message is being sent.
I haven't tested this personally, but I guess that should do it.
There should be no need to re-do the review for this... of course, I could be wrong.
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