Classifying Documents in v5.0

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The first step in document discovery is to identify the type of document we are dealing with, this process is called Classification.


Classification Overview

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If the documents are in an image format (Adobe PDF, TIFF, BMP, PNG or JPEG) then thumbnails will be displayed. Depending on how your environment is setup you can update indexing values in the classification module itself. The screenshot below shows document Category as a classification index value:

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If the lifecycle you are using has been setup for automatic classification then the index value may be populated with a confidence value next to it.

Reviewing Documents

You can manipulate the pages within a document by dragging and dropping the pages:

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Use the menu icons:

Menu Icon Function
smallicons.png Displays small page thumbnails.
largeicons.png Displays large page thumbnails.
onecheck.png Accepts the current document.
twocheck.png Accepts all documents in the batch.
oneexlam.png Rejects the current document.
twoexclam.png Rejects all documents in the batch.
split.png If a document needs to be separated, this option will create a new document from the currently selected thumbnail onward.
create.png Rejects all documents in the batch.
insert.png Create a document from selected pages.
replace.png Replace the currently selected page:
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delete.png Deletes the currently selected pages.
revert.png Reverts the changes made to the documents within the batch.
finish.png Exits the classification module. If all the documents in the batch have been accepted then the batch moved on to the next stage in the lifecycle. If there are documents that have not been accepted, then exiting the batch will keep the status to Partially Classified so it can be processed at a later time.