What's New - May 19, 2016
With this release, we are pleased to include the following updates:
- "Search Within Results" Search Terms Now Included in Alerts and Saved Searches
- New “Previous 2 Years” Available Dates Option
- Chinese, Japanese and Korean Characters Now Supported
- More Global Customer Support Contact Details
- No Interruption After Restarting Sessions in Nexis
- Multiple Bug Fixes
Following is a description of each.
"Search Within Results" Search Terms Now included in Alerts and Saved Searches
Search terms used within the "Search Within Results" option on the results page will now be included in your alerts or saved searches. By refining your search before creating an alert or saved search, you will generate less irrelevant results to review.
New “Previous 2 Years” Available Dates Option
This new option is now available from the date drop-down menu on the Power Search and News Search forms.
Chinese, Japanese and Korean Characters Now Supported
To prepare Nexis for new language sources, we have added support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. This allows you to now search, retrieve, display, and deliver content in these languages.
More Global Customer Support Contact Details
We have increased our global customer support locations so that you can always find support near your location and in many different languages. You can find a phone number near your location on the sign-in page, or by clicking the Contact Us link.
No interruption After Restarting Sessions in Nexis
Recently, some users needed to confirm the below message before they could reactivate a session in Nexis. This is no longer needed.
Multiple Bug Fixes
Recent bug fixes enable users to easily:
- Add email recipients to their Alerts
- Download results to Excel in relevancy order
- Download the correct selection of documents
- Search within results up to 10 levels deep
Other fixes have solved:
- Sorting issues associated with the My Documents list
- Numbering issues associated with Alert results
- Nexis Analyzer issues associated with reference selections and index terms