Once images have had lots of comments added to them via the proofing tool, the person then taking in the comments finds it very cumbersome to go through the comments one by one. There are two ways I can see to do it currently:
One is to click on individual yellow dots on the image itself, take in the comment, then click out of the comment and find the next one on the image. This takes more time than you might think when you’ve got a stack of comments to get through on multiple images. You also can easily miss a yellow dot if its on part of an image that makes it hard to see.
The other way is to click on each as they appear as a list of subtasks, take in the comment, then click on the parent task name at the top of the subtask window to go back and repeat. Again this is overly cumbersome when taking in many comments and you lose track of which one you have just clicked on.
Ideally, you could switch between subtasks / proofed comments with something like a “next” and “previous” button - which would create a smooth workflow of taking in a comment - either marking it complete or questioning it, then click “next” and straight onto the next comment. This would smooth the proofing process out some and make it a lot easier to use.
Hope that makes sense!