Accessing Marking Feedback

Feedback that has been shared with you by an assessor will be visible as an annotated paper on the flow page. The feedback page shows all annotations, comments, and completed rubrics that have been shared with you by the marker.

This will look different depending on the marking tool that was used to mark your work. UNIwise has created a new marker journey that will give both you and your assessor(s) an improved user experience. For a while, both tools will be available for use and therefore your view of the feedback provided will depend on which tool was used to mark your work.

Traditional Feedback View
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Depending on the exam type, comments, annotations or rubrics will be displayed differently:

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  1. Switch between a summary view and an annotation view. In the Annotation view, you can filter the view to your specific needs, change the size of the thumbnail annotations as well as print the feedback.


  2. General comments available to all participants on the flow.
  3. Comments on the individual paper. Any files attached to the comments can be downloaded or previewed from the comment.
  4. If available, rubrics that have been shared with you by an assessor are displayed below the comments.

Any annotations that have been shared with you by the marker are shown beside a preview of the paper. The annotation is situated by the anchor in the text. In the Summary view, you can change the size of the paper and annotations.


Not all browsers can display annotations in their internal PDF viewer. If you do not see the annotations, please download the annotated PDF and view it in Adobe Reader. Adobe Reader can be downloaded here.

New Feedback View
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On entering the flow page, click the See feedback button.jpg button to access feedback on your work.

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  1. Submission Feedback: Your assessor may write general comments on your whole submission and it is possible for them to also attach a file.
  2. Common feedback: Your assessor may write feedback for all participants whose work they have marked and it is possible for them to also attach a file.
  3. Rubrics: If a rubric has been used to mark your work, this may be shared with you. Rubrics look different depending on the style and content. Depending on the flow setting, you may also see the name of your assessor.
  4. Submission: This final section displays your marked work, including any annotations shared with you by your assessor.
  5. File navigation: Allows you to navigate between multiple files that were submitted for marking.
  6. Download: Download copies of your marked work to store outside of WISEflow.
  7. More options: Access options for download, save as, print and settings.
  8. Full screen: View your marked work in full screen mode.
  9. Open panel: Open a page navigation panel on the left-hand side of your screen making it easier to navigate to specific pages within the document.
  10. View controls: View controls for page transition, page orientation and page layout (including full screen).
  11. Zoom: Controls to zoom in and out.
  12. Pan: Pan around a document when zoomed in.
  13. Search: Search for words or phrases within the document.
  14. Annotations: Switch to annotation view.
  15. Search annotations: Search annotations for words or phrases.
  16. Sort annotations: Sort the listed annotations by position, created date, modified date, sharing state, co-assessor, type or colour.
  17. Filter annotations: Filter the list of annotations by co-assessor, sharing state, colour or type.
  18. Annotation: Displays the annotation comment and highlights to which part of the document it refers.
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