Hi Bob,Please find my answers in the same order.1. The only way to control when items should be transitioned in your use case, is to monitor the review's Stats view.Beside updating reviews with proposed changes and responding to questions, moderators are responsible for checking review Stats to see who finished the review and who didn't. In the other hand, when a review is created, reviewers are notified with the review's deadline. If justified, the review can be extended/reopened by the moderator, however, reviewers should be accountable by completing the work within the provided timeframe.2. Not only the Stats view allow some level of auditing of ongoing reviews, as items can be transitioned there via Review Status Workflow.Since all information is in one place, the process becomes more transparent.3. As all changes are proposed through a comment, reviewers can control which changes are accepted via the Feedback view. The moderator will either accept a proposed change or reply to the comment. Reviewers can also follow-up on previous comments in this view.4. When republishing a review, moderators can select only the reviewers who haven't finished the review at that time, however, it may be preferable to have all reviewers to see the final result.I hope this helps!
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