Tasks for Change Processes/Process Status table show completed tasks with check marks whether someone votes yes or no to indicate that the task has been completed. The checkmark is an easy way to visualize the status and who still needs to perform their task; however, users are looking at it as an approval. It would be much clearer and easier for users if they saw a thumbs up or thumbs down which would indicated that they completed their task as well as whether they approved or rejected the object. Our chairpersons believe that the check mark causes confusion when approvers are looking at who has approved a change. They believe that it can lead to a design escape by letting mistakes through when a reviewer rejects a change, but the task shows a check mark by their name (all based on interpretations of symbols). The thumbs up/down is a common gesture for approval or disapproval.