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There are several benefits to running a community survey. Some are relevant for your businesses at any time (like if you need better data about your customer base), but many are especially pressing in light of COVID-19’s widespread impacts.
When it comes to executing a high-quality review, a collaborative process can be a powerful way to drive a stronger consensus among teams to source the best submissions.
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Adding team members to your account, such as administrators, reviewers, or judges, is an exciting step. Working with a team to make decisions is a great way to make your review process easier and more fair.
Submittable offers five distinct permission levels for individuals with account access. Permission levels allow you to protect submitter information, organize team voting, and restrict areas from volunteers, judges, or team members.
Consider the best permission levels for your team members
Levels 1, 2, and 3 are reviewers who can only interact with submissions assigned to them.
Levels 4 and 5 are administrators who can manage the account and view all submissions without being assigned.
For full details on team permission levels, read this article.
All reviewers will need a Submittable account to ensure that your organization’s data remains secure.
Invite reviewers to your team
Under More > Team, invite reviewers individually (+Add Member) or as a group (Add Multiple).
Each invited team member will receive an email invitation to create an account and log in. Account creation is easy and fast.
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