How to use the annotation summary tab ?

In this article, you will find out how to use the annotation summary tab, it includes all kind of annotation stats.


First, open your project's edition page and select the annotation tab, then click the top right button. A menu has now appeared, select “Summary tab” to open it.


Also note that you will have to use the same menu to come back to the annotations list. You will also find a shortcut to all articles regarding the annotations, clicking one of the articles will open a new tab in your browser so you won't lose the edition page.


Here we are on the summary tab, you will find a lot of information out here, let's check them out together. 


Let's start with the first row.

In the red box you will find 2 pieces of information, 1st the amount of annotation currently in your project, the displayed number only counts annotations that haven't been deleted. Under it you will find the percentage of annotations that have been deleted.

Example: I have exactly 100 annotations in my project, 90 are active and 10 are deleted, the first number will be 90 and we will see “+ 10% deleted” displayed.


Under it comes the orange box, in this box you will as well find 2 pieces of information, the first one is the amount of annotation created this month, the second one is the percentage that it represents compared to last month.

Example: Last month I have created 20 annotations exactly and at this point in time I have created 2 this month, the first number will be 2 and we will see “- 90 % compared to last month”.

+ 0% would mean that you have exactly as many annotations created as last month, + 100% that you have twice as much and so on.


In the Middle you will find the yellow box, by default it shows a graph with the amount of each type of annotation (the custom types are all under “other”). Put your mouse over one of the graph's parts to show the exact amount.


Finally, at the end of the first row you will find a chart in the green box. This chart has 2 lines, by default  the light one represents the amount of annotations that were created this year, the darker one represents the same thing for last year. Put your mouse over a dot to show the exact amount.



The graph in the yellow box that we just saw can be changed to display different information. Click the 3 dots at the top right of the box to open a menu, then select the information you want to see.


There are 3 graphs, the first one is the one that we saw, gives the types stats, the second one gives the status stats (1st image) and the last one the priority stats (2nd image).


The same can be done with the chart, there are 2 charts, the one we saw earlier displaying the creation stats and the second one showing the due stats.



Down to the second row, we are done with the graphs and the charts, here are 2 tables, the left one gives information about labels, how many times each is used and what it represents in terms of percentage compared to all labels. 

Example: There are exactly 100 labels used under 6 names ("Architecture", "Mechanical", “Structure”, “Issue”, “Pump”, “Electrical”). The “Architecture” one is the most used with 16 iterations. The table will have 6 rows, the first one will be “Architecture”, it will show 16 under the “Use” column and 16.0 % under “% Use”.


The right one gives information about users, how many annotations they have created, how many are attributed to them and how many of these attributed annotations are actually done.

Example: Alex has created 23 annotations, 34 are assigned to him and out of these 17 are done. Alex's row will display 23 under “Annotation created”, 34 under Assigned annotation and 50 % under “Completed assigned annotation”.


You can use the triangles situated at the top of each column to select how you want to sort the data., You can also select how many lines you want to see per page, change page and search data.


All data is dynamic, every change you will make in the annotation list tab will be sent live the the summary tab. Deleting or editing an annotation will change all the charts, graphs and tables as well as the basic stats.


If you have any problem or difficulties, please do not hesitate to contact the platform's team.

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Editor : Alexis Helper
Creator : Alexis Helper
Last modification : 28/04/2022

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