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Provide a method to further filter Image Review criteria.
From Top Ten: Regions (Ken Maddox)), Item Number: 2018007, Votes: 5, IBM T-Shirt: M
Add a process by which FI's can turn off specific image review tests based on their criteria at the item level (RT, Acct, Dollar Amt, or some combination).
Un-do option for Image Compliance - This is also RFE 115264
From Top Ten: Citizens (Gus Penedo), Item Number: 2018001, Votes: 16, IBM T-Shirt: L
Inability to go back to change decision in Image Compliance and Dupe Detect review. Basically, need an "oops" button similar to Payment Repair
From Top Ten: U.S. Bank (Michelle Wright), Item Number: 2018002, Votes: 20
Global automated prioritization at the file level for all apps with the ability to apply manual prioritization at the file level when needed.
Comments: 12/3/18: Not...
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