In the Professional version of LegalSifter, Sifter Settings Admin Users can adjust the Found and Missing Settings for each Sifter in a Document Type using the sliding buttons located on the right hand side of the page.   The Found and Missing Settings may only be adjusted when the Edit Button is on the "on" position, as shown in the picture below.

Carefully curating the Found and Missing Settings for each Sifter in your Document Type will create an optimal Sifting experience.  

Found Settings:

The Found Setting for a Sifter determines the result you will receive from the Sifter (if any) when a Sifter's concept exists in your Sifted Document.  There are three Found Settings: 

  1. Flag: If a concept is of particular importance select "Flag" to emphasize the help text with a purple flag that appears to your users when the concept exists in the Sifted Document.  
  2. Display: If you want to give help on any concept that is found in the document without emphasizing it relative to other concepts (like a checklist), select "Display."   Results from Sifters with this setting will display in gray, as shown in the picture below.  
  3. Ignore: If you want to reduce help text clutter for your users, select "Ignore" and the Sifter will not return a result (i.e. give help to the user) when the concept exists in the Sifted Document. 

 Missing Settings:

The Missing Setting for a Sifter determines the result you will receive from the Sifter (if any) when a Sifter's concept is missing from your Sifted Document.  There are three available Missing Settings:

1. Warn: If a concept is of particular importance to include in a Sifted Document when the concept is missing, select "Warn" to emphasize the help text.   The results from Sifters with this setting will display in red as shown below.  

2. Display: If you want to give help on any concept that is missing from the Sifted Document without emphasizing it relative to other concepts, select "Display."  The results from Sifters with this setting will display in gray as shown below.

3. Ignore: If you are comfortable excluding the concept from the Sifted Document, select "Ignore." 

Summary

Below is decision tree you can reference when choosing your Found and Missing Settings:

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