For most programs, reviewing a submission is a very private matter. Administrators do not want judges telling each other what they scored a submission. There is a minority of programs where that is the complete opposite. Instead, judging is a collaborative effort and scores are open for other judges to see.

Enable Judges to See Scores and Comments of Other Judges

To allow judges to see scores and comments of other judges in one or more rounds, first navigate to your program.

Under the Round Settings drop down menu, click Advanced.

On the following page, select the Advanced tab. You will see a set of options under . Allow Judges to See Scores and Comments of other Judges. If you choose to allow judges to see scores and comments left by other judges, you will be able to choose whether those scores will be from the current round of your program, from previous rounds, or both.

The Judging View

The judges will be able to view what other judges have scored by clicking See Other Judge Scores on the submission.

Clicking that link shows a screen like this:

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