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Enhancement/Document-level annotation guideline #487

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c-w commented Dec 6, 2019

Doccano currently supports project-level annotation guidelines which is a very useful tool to help labelers in their work. However, in some scenarios it can be helpful to also provide additional context to a labeler on a document-level, e.g. if the vocabularies of some documents vary wildly or if the classification in may depend on domain knowledge beyond the immediate document content.

This pull request implements document-level annotation guidelines: if a document has the metadata key "guideline", the content of this field will be rendered in the guideline display instead of the project-level guideline. If the "guideline" metadata key is not present, the project-level guideline is displayed as previously.

Animation showing display of document-level and project-level guideline

Given that this pull request introduces a second "magic" metadata value after documentSourceUrl introduced in #269, this pull request also adds functionality to exclude the "magic" metadata values from the display of the document metadata to avoid cluttering up the screen.

@c-w c-w force-pushed the CatalystCode:guideline-per-document branch from a2adfa7 to 331e12f Dec 12, 2019
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