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After importing all your references, you are ready for title/abstract screening. Revisit the "Preliminary Settings" section of this guide if you have not already invited screeners or settled on criteria/exclusion settings.
Clicking the "Title and Abstract Screening" box on the "Review Summary" screen will display the number of articles available to screen. Start screening by clicking the "Screen" or "Continue" button.
Title/Abstract Screening Display
25 citations appear on the screen. Increase the number up to 100 using the Display pull-down option.
Citations may be sorted by Author, Title, Most Recent, & Relevancy (default).
Abstracts & Highlighting can be turned on/off using the appropriate buttons.
Screeners have the option of selecting Yes | No | Maybe, for each citation. If two reviewers are required, citations move through the process depending on the vote combination.
Both reviewers vote NO -> citation moves to "Irrelevant Reference"
Both reviewers vote YES, or a combination Yes | Maybe vote -> citation moves on to "Full Text review".
A combination Yes or Maybe, plus a No vote -> citation moves to "Resolve conflicts"
Voting is blinded until both reviewers have cast their vote.
If there is a conflict, votes remain blinded. You can see who cast a vote (to allow for discussion) but not how they voted. A third, adjudicating vote is required. The individual(s) who can resolve conflicts can be designated by accessing Settings -> Team settings -> Rules -> Manage Rules.