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In order to request a review,
you'll start, as always,
from the general TED Amara page.
Now it's useful on this page
to limit the number of tasks you see here
to the ones that are relevant for you.
We already saw one way of doing that,
you can click on Tasks in my language,
but you can also use the Filter and Sort bar for this.
There's an option here on the right part of the screen,
you can click on it,
and if you do, you will have an extra bar that appears,
and that allows you to limit the tasks by type,
say, I only want to see the reviews,
I choose Review from the menu,
and you can also limit them by language,
in this case, I would like to see only the Dutch reviews.
So I click on this option,
I type a D, and I don't want Danish, I want Dutch.
And in a moment, I will see the Dutch review tasks.
Now if I want to perform a review task,
I'm only interested at this time in the reviews that are unassigned,
because the other ones are already being worked on by other people.
For example this one has been assigned to Rik Delaet.
There are two tasks that are unassigned,
but you see a difference,
it's only for the second one that I see 'Perform Task',
the reason is obvious,
the first one is one that I made myself.
I cannot review myself,
so I cannot choose this one to perform it.
I can click on the task relating to the translation made by Axel,
and note that this is a difference from the dotSUB system
where you were not able to see who had made the translation.
I think this is a very useful feature of Amara, I really like it.
So, I'm going to request the task of reviewing Axel's translation,
I do that by hovering over Perform Task,
and by simply clicking on Start Now,
and that brings me to the Review interface
which is very similar to the translation interface,
except for the white box that you have here
to make notes about the review.
But we will say more about reviewing
a the translation you have requested ...