On your dashboard, you can see the list of all the samples to be judged by that panel (only in case the administrator decides to enable this option). It is possible to judge by clicking directly on a beer from the list.
As the competition progresses, your judge’s dashboard shows statistics that include the number of beers that you evaluated with the corresponding averages of time and words entered per scoresheet (“A” in the image), and a comparison with the total number of beers evaluated in the competition and the same global averages (“B” in the image).
You can also see the total number of samples that you judged, with your own scores and those of the consensus and the indication of the award category(ies) being judged (“C” in the image). Finally, the composition of the judging table and the award categories assigned to that table are also visible to all judges (“D” in the image).
In the image above we can see the second judge’s (Caio Martins) point of view. As the head judge is the only one who has access to the Mini B.O.S. menu, there is no “Mini B.O.S.” option available to Caio Martins (have a look at the comparison below between the screens of the head judge and the second judge).
It is important to point out that it is possible to edit the beers already judged if you are still in the same judging session. To do this, click on the entry that you need to edit.