Once a project approval request has been made, the “Status” column in the “Approvals” page indicates where the request stands in the review process.
There are four different statuses a project approval request will have during the review process:
1. Waiting for assignments: Reviewers and accepters have not yet been assigned to the project approval request.
2. Pending reviews: An initial status (approve, approve with risk mitigation plan, or reject) has not yet been set by reviewers.
3. Pending acceptance: All reviewers have completed their review but approvers have not assigned the project approval’s final status (approve, approve with risk mitigation plan, or reject).
4. Complete: The request has been reviewed and accepted with a final decision. The person who made the initial request will be notified when the status is set to complete.
If you have further questions about what project approval statuses mean, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to help!