At Logikcull, our goal is to help you do the best work possible, with the least amount of effort. Any time we can help users cull down their data while ensuring they still see every thing that matters, well that's a major win. And unless you really like reviewing unnecessary documents, we think you'll be excited about Logikcull's latest feature release: Inclusive Email Detection.
So, here we have the “15 minutes could save you 15% or more” of QC tags, only its application is literally instantaneous and the savings are more like 25%. What are we talking about? The Inclusive Email QC tag. It’s unsuspecting. Quaint, even. But it packs a hell of a culling wallop.
Here’s what you need to know. The Inclusive Email QC tag captures the minimum set of emails you need to review to ensure you’ve seen 100% of the unique content in the set. By identifying only inclusive emails and skipping duplicates, we’re minimizing the review set by about 25% on average across all matters.
How does it work? Well... you click it.
Now, let’s head off a few things you may be asking yourself.
This QC tag captures and highlights all content inclusive of the full indexable text and metadata available in your document set, removing only exact duplicates. It ensures that even the smallest changes in email body content or attachments will be included in the inclusive set.
The QC tag will be available to all emails processed after September 7, 2021. We will honor backfill requests to apply this new QC tag for older uploads on a case-by-case basis. Email email@example.com for more information.
The QC tag will only be applied to emails with valid email thread or conversation ID information. Emails uploaded via production/database uploads will also be excluded.
In addition to Inclusive Email Detection, we've also rolled out an upgrade to InstantReview. Now, when you share a production with an outside party, InstantReview will automatically map custodian information, so that productions reviewed with Logikcull’s InstantReview function can be sorted by custodian. For a refresher on InstantReview and its use cases, check out our FAQ here.