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What are the automated steps involved during the upload process?
What are the automated steps involved during the upload process?

Logikcull automatically schedules, processes, and deduplicates your file uploads with a simple drag-and-drop interface.

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Written by John OHara
Updated over a week ago

File uploads in Logikcull undergo four steps to a fully indexed, searchable volume:


If you have multiple uploads, they'll be queued in line behind one or more other uploads transferred to this project. As your data is received, Logikcull will process the data in the order it was received, moving first from Scheduled to Analyzing. Once the uploaded data is fully transferred, the progress bar turns from yellow to green, meaning you can safely navigate away from the Uploads page.

Upload is transferring: do not navigate away from the Uploads page:

Upload is processing: you can safely navigate away from the Uploads page:


We're transporting the data you uploaded into our secure & encrypted storage where it will be prepared for processing. Once complete, your data will move from the Analyzing stage to the Processing stage.


Your uploaded data is now being shuttled through the heart of Logikcull. Documents are virus scanned, have OCR or text extraction applied, pass through language detection, get rendered to PDF and web-viewable formats, and much more, before moving from Processing to Post-Processing. Note: As of October 2022, all PDFs uploaded will be processed through Logikcull's Deep Text Recognition (DTR).


Logikcull is now wrapping up its work on your uploaded data by applying applicable Auto tags (QC Tags), analyzing duplicates, indexing all your text into our search engine, and syncing everything up with previous uploads. Once Post-Processing is complete, your upload will be ready and you'll receive a highly detailed notification via email. From there, you can start reviewing, analyzing, and searching your data without delay.

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