Users with ‘Admin’ level permission to the project’s Submittals tool can configure a wide range of customised submittal responses using the new 'Submittal Responses' link in the Configure Submittals Settings page. A submittal response is a list of pre-defined responses (e.g., APPROVED, APPROVED AS NOTED, REVISE AND RESUBMIT, REJECTED and so on) that can be applied to a submittal by reviewers during the review and approval process.
There are a variety of reasons an organization might want to customise their submittal responses. For example:
To match specific contract language.
Some organizations use the term ‘REVIEWED’ in place of ‘APPROVED or ‘REVIEWED AS NOTED’ in place of ‘APPROVED AS NOTED.’
To match the actions on the submittals review rubber stamp that your company traditionally used to process hard-copy submittals.
Some organizations may prefer to use ‘FURNISH AS NOTED’ and ‘NO EXCEPTIONS TAKEN’ in place of ‘APPROVED AS NOTED’.
To use commonly understood acronyms instead of spelled words.
Some organizations may prefer reviewers to use specific acronyms such as: A (in place of ‘APPROVED’), AAN (in place of ‘APPROVED AS NOTED’), R&R (in place of ‘REVISE AND RESUBMIT).