As part of the review
process, you assign a status mark to each message to indicate that
you have reviewed it and have no concerns - or conversely, that you
do have some concerns, and therefore want to question the
As well as assigning
marks to items, or as an alternative to assigning marks, you can
assign tags to the items. Tags differ from
marks in two ways:
You can assign multiple tags to an item, but you
can assign one mark only.
Assigning a tag to an item does not change its
action status. This status only changes when you click one of the
primary mark buttons, such as Relevant or Flagged.
In cases that are enabled
for analytics, items may have been marked or tagged by analytics
rules. You can use the Review pane to accept the automatic
categorization on these items.
In the item list, the headers of unreviewed items
display in bold text.
You can quickly mark all the items that match a
certain filter option by right-clicking that option in the left
pane and then selecting the required mark.
If you right-click an item in the list view, you
can access additional commands for bulk-marking the items in the
To assign a review mark or tag to an item
In the Review pane,
select the items that you want to mark.
To select multiple
adjacent items, click the first item, and then hold down the Shift
key and click the last item. To select nonadjacent items, click the
first item, and then hold down the Ctrl key and click additional
items. To select all the items, press Ctrl+A.
Do one or more of the
To apply a mark to the items, click the appropriate
button at the bottom right of the pane.
After a few moments,
Discovery Accelerator changes the status of the items
To assign tags to the items, click the
Tags button below the
Reading pane, and then select the required values.
To accept the marks and tags that analytics rules
have applied to the items in this case, click the Accept button.