Bulk Keyword Search
A way to search when you have many parameters to input. Search terms can be easily copied and pasted from a document into the bulk keyword table.
For Project Admins and Account Admins, this is a tool in Logikcull that can be leveraged to create Search Reports / Privilege Logs (accessible in the Search tab, to the right above the main search bar).
Culling a document will hide it from view and prevent it from being returned in searches. The Unculled and Culled views are mutually exclusive: a document can only be in one or the other, but not both. Culling a document doesn't delete it. Your culled document is simply sequestered in a filtered view that you can access again if needed.
The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) defines a custodian as a “[p]erson having administrative control of a document or electronic file; for example, the data custodian of an email is the owner of the mailbox which contains the message.” Custodians are added as part of a Legal Hold or when uploading data into a project.
Deduplication, or "dedupe," filters out identical document copies in a project. There are three filter views available in the filter carousel: Global (across all custodians), Custodian (within data of a single custodian), and No Dedupe (all duplicates visible).
A download exports a collection, or production set, of documents out of Logikcull. You will need a saved search to initiate a download. A saved search can have as many (or as few) parameters applied as you’d like. You can select what work product to include or exclude, and choose how to produce images, natives and text files. You can also securely share a download directly from Logikcull or download it to your computer. Here's how to create a download/production in Logikcull.
Endorsements are text-based “stamps” placed on the top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right of document images. Options include endorsing with page numbers, Bates numbers, file names, tag-based, or custom (e.g., print the word “Confidential”).
Standalone: Documents that have no embedded files or attachments (e.g., .JPG image).
Child: Documents that are part of a family and not the parent document (e.g. attachment or embedded file).
Parent: Documents that have attachments or embedded files and are not a child document themselves (e.g. email with an attachment).
Logikcull’s user-friendly rotating search options.
Data about data. Metadata can include such information as created date, last modified date, file size, and email header information. Metadata is not typically visible while using a printed version or on a screen.
The original electronic files as they were uploaded into Logikcull.
Optical Character Recognition is a process by which documents without text (such as a picture of a receipt or a pdf without a text layer) will be scanned to generate searchable text based on the characters recognized on the image.
A way to modify parts of a database upload without having to re-upload the entire volume (does not work for File Uploads). For example, a metadata field is formatted incorrectly, or text or images need to be replaced, one can request a corrected load file from the producing party and overlay the previous data with the corrected data.
Where the work on a case or matter resides. One project can have multiple uploads, saved searches, or downloads.
Quality Control Tags. QC Tags are automatically applied by Logikcull during upload post-processing. QC Tags are an effort to alert you to information about your data that may be important to your project, such as which documents were OCRed, if metadata was imported, whether there is a duplicate, etc. What are QC Tags?
A way to save search parameters. Example parameters could be email domain, document date, file type, removal of duplicates, etc. A saved search is required for a download. How can I save a search?
Useful for building complex search queries. How does Search Builder work?
How your data gets into Logikcull. How do I upload new data into my project?
User Permission Levels
Differing levels of privilege within an account or project. Permissions can be updated by Project Administrators, Account Administrators and Account Owners.