FAQ: How do I review results of more than 10,000 documents?

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Question:

If I run a search that returns a large set of results, how do I handle reviewing documents that are after the first 10,000? In other words, how do I handle getting to those documents in the pages that aren’t displayed?

Response:

Nextpoint expanded our search functionality to ElasticSearch in 2017.  With the addition of ElasticSearch came increased indexing speeds, more stability, and the opportunity to further scale our search functionality in the future.

With this addition also came a limitation on how high we can page (E.g. letting you click “page 30 out of 400 pages”, next <-> previous page arrows, and how many documents you can move through in a review set).  By default, that limit is at 10,000 results in a set.

Note:

The limit of 10,000 documents will not impact bulk actions or exports.  Those may be conducted on result sets of any size. 

With that said, we want to make sure we are providing you with solutions for navigating results when the returned amount exceeds 10,000 documents.

Options:

  1. Apply a more restrictive search to reduce the overall set.  Nextpoint search is extremely flexible in allowing you to quickly add/remove criteria to refine or expand your search.  If you are looking at more than 10,000 search results, we might suggest doing this to not only allow you to see all results but also to make your review more manageable.

    REVIEW_Refine_search_results_for_10k_documents_2019.png

  2. Utilize the Filter as opposed to the Search functionality, and you will be able to page beyond 10,000 results.  This is due to the differences in how our search and filter functionality index documents.  

    If you do not yet have the documents sequestered in a folder, it is suggested you create a folder, run your particular search and then apply your folder to your results.  You will then be able to filter for that folder and paginate beyond the first 10,000 resulting documents and/or you can take advantage of the "Not Reviewed for Relevancy" and "Not Reviewed for Privilege" columns (if in Review) in order to review every document in the folder until all have been reviewed.  See screenshot below.

    Additionally, if you opt to folder results exceeding 10,000, you then have the option to split the folder into more manageable sets, thus allowing for a closer review of all documents stemming from the original folder and/or batch assignments.

    FILTER:

    REVIEW_Filter_to_avoid_10k_result_limit_2019.png

    UTILIZE "NOT REVIEWED" STATUSES:

    REVIEW_Not_reviewed_for_relevancy_and_priv_2019.png


  3. Utilize the column sorting functionality to reverse your result display.  When you run a search, the columns in your grid view can be sorted in ascending or descending order.  If you start the review of your results in ascending order (alphabetically, numerically or by the order in which a folder/issue has been applied), and need to review the end of the results, you do have the option to resort in descending order and review from that point.

    It is important to note, this option is limited to results of up to 20,000 documents, but can be used in conjunction with options 1 and 2 above.

    SORTING__Changing_Sort_order_2019.png
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