Inline QA checks
Inline QA checks give individual authors the ability to run QA checks voluntarily on a per page basis or can force them to resolve QA issues before they can submit pages for authorisation.
As a system administrator setting up inline QA checks, you can set the thresholds for each setting at project level and customise them using error code exclusion rules. We recommend only making the inline checks required if your content and design processes have taken accessibility into consideration from the outset.
Note: Any user with a QA moderator role will have override permission on submitting content that does not meet the quality standard set at project level.
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