To sort your documents in DISCO, in the Sort by dropdown, click one of the sorting options.
Sorting by relevance is the default sort order when any search is run in the search bar. Sorting by relevance sorts results by their degree of responsiveness to a search. It's most commonly applicable to word or phrase searches, but applies to all DISCO searches. Web search engines, such as Google, sort in a similar way when you run a search.
In general, relevance sorting is based on an algorithm that creates a score created using the number of hits for any search term, and weighted according to the relative location of the hits. For example, a document with five hits is more relevant than a document with a single hit. Additionally, a hit in a subject field is accorded slightly more weight than a hit in the body. If the result of the algorithm is a tie, then DISCO will sort the ties according to ID numbers.
Primary sorting options
|Work Product||Tags||Specific Tag Status|
|Specific Tag Predictions|
|Has Redaction Reason|
|Has Redaction Without Reason|
|Notes||Has Document Note|
|Has Privilege Note|
|Specific Bates Prefix|
|Dates*||Date (DISCO Date)|
|Last Accessed Date|
|Last Modified Date|
|Last Printed Date|
|File Info||Document Type|
|Hidden Content||Has Hidden Content|
|Very Hidden Sheets|
|Related Documents||Attachment Count|
|Processing Info||Processing Details|
|Has Search Text|
|Is Detected Email|
|Has Detected Slipsheet|
|Is Processed as Native|
|Has Wrong Extension|
*For documents that come in without a date, the system populates a date of 12/31/9999.
DISCO also offers the ability to select a secondary sort option. To apply a secondary sort, click the then by dropdown to select an additional option.