Projects Overview


Once you have a created a project you will be able to access this and other projects through the main Projects page. If you click through to a particular project, you will land on Projects Overview that will give a high level overview of the Project Configuration, Labeling Status, User Roles and other important information. Some cards will not be visible based on user permissions.

What can I do on the Project page?


The following outlines the details for each card:

1. To Do

Displays a list of tasks that are commonly done as a part of the project set-up, such as adding data to the project, or inviting other users to it.
  • Upload new data or assign existing data to the project
  • Upload a labeling guideline
  • Invite collaborators to the project
Displays a list of actions that are commonly performed by users.
  • Apply filter to view submitted labels
  • Apply filter to view labels updated today
  • Apply filter to view labels with open issues

3. Labeling Status

Displays the total count of labels, submitted labels, and reviewed labels within the project under the Labeling Status chart.
  • Depending on whether or not the label is submitted, The labels are categorized as one of the three statuses: In progress, submitted, and skipped.
  • Each status is further divided into 2 statuses, depending on whether or not the label has been reviewed.
  • The number on each status area corresponds to the number of labels in that status. By clicking each area, you can go to the Labels tab and view the list of those labels.
  • The update interval of the Labeling Status chart is under 100ms.

4. Review

Displays the number of labels by validation status.

5. Auto-Label Configuration

Displays the status of the currently applied Auto-Label AI via the Auto-Label Configuration chart.

6. Project Configuration

Displays project configuration information.
  • Data Type
  • Annotation Type
  • Object Class
  • Image Category

7. Member Roles

Displays the number of users by role.

8. Guideline

Displays uploaded guideline documents that users invited to the project can download.
  • Only PDF file types are supported.


The Labels tab is packed with features that allow to you control and manipulate your labels. Here's a sample of what you can do:
  • Assign When you are collaborating with multiple users, you can assign a labeler to annotate a dataset or have a manager review the accuracy of annotations. This will allow teams to quickly create labeling and auditing workflows.
  • Filter & Search When you have thousands or millions of labels, it becomes almost impossible to do anything with them. Using the filter and search feature, teams can query, partition and/or group labels for any use case.
  • Edit Tags Do you want to save the filter & search results? Maybe temporarily mark a set of labels and revisit them later? Use the Edit Label tag feature to create slices, versions and snapshots within your existing dataset.
  • Export When you are ready to bulk download, select the labels you need and export them in the file format of your choice. You can couple this with our Filter and Edit Tag feature to create specific datasets for training and other use cases.
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Custom Auto-Label

  • In this tab, you can see and configure the Custom Auto-label models that have been created.
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Label Exports
  • You can check your label export history. A new export card is created once an export is completed.
  • Click Download to download as a JSON format.
  • Click the pencil icon on the top right corner of the export card to change the name of the export card.
  • Click the link icon on the top right corner of the export card to copy a download link of the JSON file. Anyone can download the JSON file through this link.
Label Export Guide
  • The Label Export guide contains information on how to export your data and the format the export will be delivered in.
Raw Data Download
  • You can download the raw data in the project as a zip file.
  • Update the zip file using the Update button before downloading.
  • Click the link button to copy a download link of the zip file. Anyone can download the zip file through this link.


Project Analytics
  • With Project Analytics, you can monitor the status of the project, check the total number of raw labels, submitted labels, number of object classes, labelers' work volume, etc. This allows teams to stay efficient and helps to make sure projects are moving forward efficiently at all times.
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User Reports
  • You can review labelers' work progress with detailed dashboards. You can review each labeler and reviewer's work by object class and annotation type.
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Project Member

  • Within the Project Member tab, control who has access to a project and their roles.
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This is where you control your project. Here's a sample of what you can do:
  • Edit project After you create a project, you can edit the project specification such as the project name, annotation type, object class, auto-label set up, etc.
  • Project Access Swipe the toggle to make a project and its dataset private or public.
  • Delete project Click Delete Project to delete the project.