Creating a single-choice tag group

Reviewers can select one tag only from a single-choice group. For example, you might use a single-choice group to ask the question "Is this item external email or internal email?". As an item cannot be both, you might invite reviewers to choose between the two options by providing tags that are labeled "Internal" and "External".

A single-choice group contains the new tags that you define when you create the group. Unlike multiple-choice tag groups, you cannot assemble a single-choice tag group from the existing tags in a case.

You must have the Manage Marks/Tags permission in a case to create single-choice tag groups.

To create a single-choice tag group

  1. Click the Cases tab in the Discovery Accelerator client.

  2. Click the required case in the left pane.

    If Discovery Accelerator lists a lot of cases, you can filter the list with the fields at the top of the pane. As well as filtering the cases by name, you can choose whether to list any research folders that are associated with them.

  3. Click the Tags tab.

  4. Click New Single Choice Tag Group.

  5. Type a name for the new tag group and a description, if required.

  6. In the Values box, click New and then type the name of the first tag to include in the group.

  7. Add more tags until the list is complete.

  8. In the Roles box, select the default user roles with which to associate the tag group. Users who occupy these roles can apply a tag to the items that they review.

  9. Click Apply.

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