Navigate through documents in a particular set of search results by clicking the arrows in the upper-left corner of the document viewer. Click the button to open the search results in a separate window that synchronizes with the viewer, allowing for navigation on the search results.
When reviewing a document, you can also use the following keyboard shortcuts during document navigation:
|Left/right arrow||Moves to the next or previous document in the search results.|
|Up/down arrow||Moves the document scroll bar up or down.|
|Escape||Closes the document viewer and returns to the search results.|
|Shift + [letter/number]||
Adds a preconfigured tag to the document.
Currently, tagging shortcuts are only applied to the first 36 tags created. If one of the first 36 tags is deleted, a subsequent tag that previously did not have a keyboard shortcut will NOT get a shortcut in place of the deleted tag.
See Working with tags for more information.
|Shift + up/down arrow||Moves to the next or previous email in a conversation.|
|Shift + enter||
In MDR/QC context, will mark a document as reviewed and proceed to the next document.
If a document is already marked as reviewed, it will be marked as unreviewed and remain on the current document.
|Ctrl + F||Finds words within phrases within documents.|
|Ctrl + J||Toggles visibility of advanced jumper|
|Shift + ;||Apply most recent decision|
|Alt + ;||Apply most recent decision and proceed to next document|
|Shift + "||Apply ditto (in Staged Review)|
|Alt + '||Apply ditto and proceed to next document (in Staged Review)|
Alt = option on mac
Ctrl = command on mac