CMS does not keep track of completed articles.
From the Work tab, a list of edited and scored articles can be found by clicking the Completed Work link.
From the Content tab, a list of all of your edited and non-edited articles are listed in a searchable view.
From the Work Tracker tab, clicking on the Edited Articles link displays a pop-up page of all edited and scored articles.
By date range
By article length
The name of the project guideline
The date an article was written, if completed
The writer's name
The scoring details and comments for the article, if scored
The history of actions performed on the article
The article's average scores, if scored
The status of the article
Add a comment using the Comments tab and click I'm Done to return it to the editor's queue. The editor will send it back again after the question has been answered.
Add a comment using the Comments tab and wait for the reviewing editor to respond. If you're the first to leave a comment, click Yes when prompted if you want to notify someone.
Leave a comment for the editor on your content writer page in Confluence and wait for the editor to respond.
Leave a comment for your senior editor on your content writer page in Confluence, who will work with the reviewing editor to get your question answered.
Use the Cannot Work (Reject) button to ask questions and temporarily remove the article from your queue if you aren't able to continue to work on it without additional help.
All of my time, including my orientation, should be recorded in the Work Tracker.
Only time I spend writing articles, including my first writing assignment, will need to be recorded in the Work Tracker.
I will begin using the Work Tracker for all time I spend performing Remilon work after my orientation process is complete and my first writing assignment has been approved.
I can use Work Tracker to manage the time I'm working on Remilon work, but it's optional.
They will be assumed to count toward "Writing/Research" for purposes of ATPP and you will be paid your normal rate.
They will be assumed to count toward "Training" for purposes of ATPP and you will be paid your normal rate.
They will be assumed to count toward "Training" for purposes of ATPP and you will be paid half your normal rate.
They are assumed to be time you spend not working, and you will not be paid for these minutes.
Work Tracker only requires a high-level overview of the total time I spent performing Remilon work, regardless of the type of work I did.
I need to specify the total time I spent writing articles as opposed to other tasks, such as training or completing surveys.
I need to provide start and end times for each task I perform when doing Remilon work.
Work Tracker includes three sections for tracking time: Writing/Research, Training and Other. Within the Writing/Research section, I need to indicate how much time was spent on each article, separating writing from research time.
Only if you have distributed your minutes into categories
Writing/Research - set the slider to 100% research
Writing/Research - set the slider to 50% writing/50% research
Writing/Research - set the slider to 100% writing
Articles to which you made changes or edits in CMS during this work interval
Articles that have had their titles changed
Articles that an editor has reviewed
You must use the one in the "Changed" area to allocate your time.
You must use the one in the "Queue" area to allocate your time.
You can use either one to allocate your time.
Comment to your Confluence page to ask your senior editor for help, because this means something is wrong with Work Tracker.
Remilon doesn't track manual intervals and allows you to use them as much as you'd like.
You can only use manual intervals when given permission via [email protected]
Do your best to avoid using them, but we understand that things happen and that's why we have manual intervals. However, we do monitor their use and ask you for an explanation if you use this function often.
Manual intervals should never be created in Work Tracker.
The day after the invoice period closes, by 5 p.m. Pacific time
The day the invoice period closes, by 11:59 p.m. Pacific time
The day after the invoice period closes, by 9 a.m. Pacific time
You'll be able to add more time to the invoice later. Your pay will be processed when you submit the invoice.
Your pay will not be processed this pay period. All the intervals from this time period will be added to the next pay period's invoice.
Your invoice, as it stands at 11:59 p.m., will be automatically submitted to the pay department. You will receive your pay for the listed intervals by the 7th or 21st. If you later add other intervals for that same pay period, they will be counted toward your next pay period's invoice.
No later than the 1st and 15th of every month.
No later than the 7th and 21st of every month.
No later than the 10th and 25th of every month.
Both invoices are paid on the last day of each month.
Both invoices are paid by the 15th of the following month.
Louise is working appropriately. Marjorie's style is not appropriate.
Marjorie is working appropriately. Louise's style is not appropriate.
Both Marjorie and Louise are working appropriately. As long as they keep track of the length of time spent on research vs. writing, either workflow style is OK.
Both Elmer and Bruno are correct, as long as the freelance writer is accurate to within 10 minutes and the time spent keeping track doesn't exceed 5 minutes per interval.
Jed, Elmer and Bruno are all correct.
After my FAR has been reviewed by my guidance editor, it will be sent to another content editor for a second review.
After my FAR has been reviewed by my guidance editor, it will be sent to my senior editor for a second review.
The article I write after my FAR will be sent to my guidance editor for a priority review rather than going into the general edit pool.
The article I write after my FAR will be sent to another content editor for a priority review rather than going into the general edit pool.
When you only make small changes to articles you haven't submitted for review yet.
When you only make small changes to articles you've completed and submitted for review, but they haven't yet been checked out by an editor.
When a senior editor or publishing community coordinator assigns you specific work in the Minor Edits work pool.
Small changes you make to anything other than an article in either the Confluence or CMS system.