Saved Search

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Saved Searches are searches executed in the Search Browser by a User within CaseNoter with a set of Keywords and Search Parameters which is saved and can be re-executed.
  1. Saved Searches are searches executed in the Search Browser by a User within CaseNoter with a set of Keywords and Search Parameters which is saved and can be re-executed.
  2. The Keywords – including the Boolean Selections (OR, AND, NOT, NEAR) – used by the User in conducting the Search are saved in the Saved Search.
  3. The following Search Parameters used by the User in conducting the Search are:-
    1. Search Criteria (Full text or Titles only)
    2. WorldLii data base selection – Austlii, BAILII
    3. Jurisdiction selections (State or Country)
    4. Forum selections (Courts, Tribunals)
  4. A Saved Search has the following Attributes allocated to it by the User:-
    1. Name of the Saved Search
    2. Description of the Saved Search
    3. Keywords created by the User relevant to the Saved Search
    4. Areas of Law, Legal Topics and Keywords selected by the User from the Casenoter Topic Tree.
    5. Comments made by the User.
    6. Casenoter Tags assignable by the User as “Action Required” and “New Content”
    7. User-defined Tags
  5. The User can Link the Saved Search:-
    1. to a Binder
    2. to a Matter
    3. to a WorkPad
  6. The User can Assign the Saved Search:-
    1. to the Global Library so that it is shared by the Casenoter Community.
    2. to a Group Library which the User is a member of.
  7. The User can duplicate the Saved Search if they wish to create a new Saved Search with the same Attributes.
  8. The User can download the Saved Search to a Word Format for external use.
  9. The User can add Keywords created by the User relevant to the Saved Search and add Areas of Law, Legal Topics and Keywords selected by the User from the Casenoter Topic Tree.
  10. The User can add Comments to the Saved Search.
  11. The User can assign the Saved Search as “Action Required” and “New Content”
  12. The User can add their own defined Tags to the Saved Search.
  13. The User can then Run the Saved Search which will load the Saved Search into the Search Browser

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