How to Use Book Country
Location, Location, Location
I'm working on getting used to the new format (okay, so I'm six months late to the party). Started working on my first review since the changes, and notice the Percent Progress Bar is no longer there below the posted manuscript. So, when I quote text in my review, does it create a link to the manuscript in my finished and posted review, so the author will be able to quickly find that spot in the work? Or how should I be specifying the location? Am I being a ditz and missing something?
Thanks for the guidance,
Hi there, Joseph!
Here's a video that explains the writing of peer reviews--the visuals might help you get a better sense of the process.
Let me know if you want me to clarify anything!
Book Country coordinator
--edited by Nevena Georgieva on 1/2/2014, 3:51 PM--
Thanks, Nevena. I did see your prompt reply; I'm just several days late in saying thanks! I think you may have forgotten to include the link, but I think I found the video you were referring to. I got my review posted a few days back and have a better feel for how they work and look now. Perhaps the info on using Ctrl+F for this purpose is provided somewhere that I haven't seen, which makes me wonder if it would be useful to others to have that bit of guidance more prominent on the review pages.
Thank you again, and stay warm!