There are several ways tn  invite reviewers. However, you can even lead your reviewers to a specific file in the review step or version of a file.

If you copy the review link from the project overview, this link will always point to the latest version of the file. If you upload a new version, the existing link will also point to the new version.

If you copy a review link from the file view, this link will always point to this exact version of your file. If you then upload a new version, the existing link will still point to the same version as before.

Moving files to a different step

When you move a file to a different step, the previous link will still point to the version on the previous step. This is because each review step has a separate review link, helping you control files that certain reviewers are meant to see. 

Which version a link goes to is achieved through the suffix that you can see at the end of the URL, annotated by /v#. If you remove this suffix, the link will point to the latest version again. We added this functionality because it can be helpful to direct the reviewer to a specific version.

For example:

  • url.com/v1 -- points to the first version

  • url.com/v2 -- points to the second version

  • url.com -- points to the latest version in that review step

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