Reset labeling tasks and put them back in the labeling or reviewing queue.

Once a labeling task is created, it flows through the workflow, moving from stage to stage as users, annotators, and plugins process tasks.

Ango Hub provides you with a way to manually override workflow and place a task in a specific stage of your choice with re-queuing.

Re-queuing changes the current stage of the task. It does not change the task's history.

How to re-queue a task

This section will show you how to open the re-queue dialog. The sections below it will explain each option in the re-queue dialog.

Re-queue multiple tasks from the Tasks tab

Enter the Tasks tab (1), then toggle the checkbox (2) next to each task you wish to re-queue. Then, from the Item dropdown click on Re-queue (3). The re-queue dialog will open.

Re-queue a single task from the labeling editor

Enter the labeling editor for the task you wish to re-queue. From the three dots in the top-right corner, click on Re-queue. The re-queue dialog will open.

Re-queue all tasks in a specific stage

From the Workflow tab of your project, left-click on the stage containing the tasks you'd like to re-queue to a different stage. A dialog will appear in the top-right corner of the workflow panel. Click on the three dots, then on Bulk Re-queue.

Re-queuing options

First, open the re-queue dialog in one of the ways shown in the previous sections. The re-queue dialog will appear:

Select a Stage: select here the stage where you'd like to send the tasks.

Remove Annotations: Clears all annotations, including objects, brush traces, classifications, and relations.

Remove Assignees: If the task was assigned for labeling/reviewing to a specific user, toggling this on will remove the assignment.

Remove Issues: Deletes all issues on the selected tasks.

Remove Stage History: Deletes the stage history on the selected tasks.

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