A live interactive search training is offered every other Thursday at 10AM Pacific (6PM GMT/BST).
Can’t attend a live training? Watch this 30 minute recorded training.
If you would prefer a private training session with a member of Everlaw’s User Education team to train a group of users and discuss a workflow that is specific to your organization, you can schedule a virtual training session at a time of your choosing.
Learn More About Search
[Search] Review Search Terms
Review search terms are used to find documents based on review status or applied review product. Read the review terms search help article.
[Search] Metadata Search Terms
Metadata search terms are used to find documents based on their metadata values in Everlaw. Read the searching metadata help article
[Search] "Search Settings" Tab: Deduplication, Sampling, and More
Organize documents into contextually relevant groups directly from the search page and deduplicate and sample the search results. Read the deduplicating, sampling and grouping help article.
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
🗹 Find documents that have the word meeting within 10 words of the word Monday.
🗹 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.
Everlaw’s search tool is a visual query builder that utilizes Lucene syntax. Download this guide for search tips, practice examples, and challenges.
On Everlaw “stand alone” documents are those that do not have any child attachments or are not themselves attachments to another document. Download this guide to learn how to build a search to find them.
This guide describes how to find documents on Everlaw that are part of a family group and are not “stand alone” documents. Select “Download Guide” to learn how.