All reviewing modes require a score set. Score sets allow you to have multiple discrete stages of reviewing, even running at the same time. You must add at least one score set in order to configure reviewing.
While every mode has different settings within the score set, some settings are common across all:
Confidentiality agreement: the agreement is shown to reviewing upon first login only. If you require reviewers to sign one, you can choose the default template for a confidentiality agreement from the drop-down box. You can also create your own additional agreements via Settings > Content > Content blocks.
Role registration form: additional registration forms can be configured to allow public or registered users to complete specified user information to register for another role. Configure a form first and select it from the drop-down.
Field visibility: fields can be made visible or be hidden from reviewers based on your program's needs. For more information see Show/hide fields for reviewing.
Commenting: commenting module can be switched on for various modes.
Attachments: the display of attachments is on by default. This display can be switched off if not required.
Share scores: you must have at least one score set in place to enable sharing scores. Share scores is the option to display scores to some or all reviewers. Read more
Searchable fields: fields can be added to the search filter for any reviewing mode. By default, reviewers can only search by certain filters such as chapter, category, and status.
Slideshow: this option is best used for grants which have plenty of image and video attachments. The slideshow opens in a new tab and shows full size images and videos from each application. It can also be viewed in fullscreen mode.
List length default: choose the number of applications your reviewers see in their reviewing list view. This setting makes it easier for reviewers who have a lot of applications to view everything at once. Options include 10, 25, 50, and 100 applications per page.
See detailed guides on configuring different reviewing modes: