Search by keyword and navigate results

GoldFynch provides "dropdown" search suggestions as you type in the search bar. Once a search has been performed, you can quickly navigate between the search results using the Next Document and Previous Document buttons.

Keyword search

As you type, GoldFynch estimates the number of search results and offer suggestions. In the example above, GoldFynch estimates 133 results for the keyword "Business."

Hit Enter to search for the keyword. Here's what you'll see:

Keyword search results

  1. The number of results, the time taken for the search, and the search query. In the above example, the keyword "Business" made 133 matches in 0.074 seconds. Regardless of the size of the case, GoldFynch usually completes searches in less than a second!

  2. The names of files that have the keyword you searched for

  3. Information about each file:

    • The type of file
    • The size of the file
    • The location of the file in the case structure
    • The tags attached to the file
  4. A series of text snippets below the filename. GoldFynch displays the text surrounding the keyword each time it appears

3. Click on a filename or a text snippet

Open search result in Doc View

4. Navigate through documents from your search results

Once you open a document in the document viewer the Previous Document and Next Document buttons provide you with the ability to quickly move between documents within a set of search results.

Additionally, you can also use the navigation context found in the left column. The navigation context lists all the documents that are part of your search results and allows you to navigate through them - click on another listed file or use the arrows to move to the next/previous document. The tool also saves the context of your review so you can return to it even if you navigate away from it.

Note: If the displayed navigation context does not match up with your search results, click on the Open in a new context button found in the left pane. This will minimize the earlier navigation context that was displayed and will make your current search's context the active one

For e.g, in the image below the document was opened from a search listing but the navigation context does not reflect that. Once you click on the Open in a new context then a new navigation context will be opened.

Viewing an old navigation context

You can see the new navigation context that contains the list of documents from the search listing in the image below

After new context is opened

Click here to learn more about navigation context

Want to perform more complex searches?

If you want to run slightly more nuanced searches, check GoldFynch's Advanced Search system!

Some of the things it lets you do include: