This page contains instruction on how to use progress tracking in Crucible.
How progress tracking works in Crucible
As you work your way through the files in a review, Crucible tracks the ones you have viewed. Whenever you open a file for review, Crucible will automatically mark it as read.
When participating in iterative reviews, progress tracking also takes lines of code and revisions into account.
Viewing the progress tracking totals
The 'Details' section shows a summary of the progress of each participant through the files in the review.
If there is only one file in the review, then the progress tracked will either show 0% or 100%.
Screenshot: Viewing the Progress Tracking Totals
How to adjust progress tracking on a review
You can mark a file as unread by clicking on its name to view the file's contents, and then clicking Leave Unread (at the right of the file's toolbar). This file is now not included in your progress percentage.
Screenshot: Marking a File as Unread
Adjusting settings for progress tracking
Progress tracking is a configurable user preference – choose Profile settings from your user menu. On the Review settings tab. Auto-mark files as read is on by default – when set to off, you have to mark files as read or unread yourself.
You may also want to learn about Crucible's Time Tracking feature.