Content searching is one of the most common ways to find documents. You can use parentheses, AND, OR, and NOT to build complex content searches. Wildcard, proximity, fuzzy, and regular expression searches are also supported.
Organize documents into contextually relevant groups directly from the search page and deduplicate and sample the search results.
Watch the 6 minute video, or
Read the deduplicating, sampling and grouping help article
Topics covered include:
Document, review, and metadata search terms
Combining search terms using logical operators
Document grouping options
Training Activities Checklist
After you've watched videos and have a basic understanding of how to use the visual query builder, practice your skills and try performing the following actions:
Create a search using the logical operators
Group documents by attachments and notice if the number of documents change
Rename your search
Use a smart search term
Search using a Bates range
Think of a word in your matter that comes up a lot, but in different forms: e.g. work, worked, worker, and working. Construct an advanced content search that finds any such occurrence of this word.