Pagemap marks Defined Terms with a green underline, and clicking on one will popup its meaning in context, without the need to scroll. A complete alphabetic list of Defined Terms can also be displayed.
It automatically identifies defined terms using a library of syntax and formatting to recognise both tables and lists of definitions and also those embedded within a paragraph.
Pagemap automatically identifies cross-references in the document and links them to the appropriate text. One click then allows you to immediately see the referenced text in context, without having to scroll up or down.
And if you click to follow a reference, Pagemap’s Breadcrumb trail at the top of the page makes it easy to go back to where you came from.
Pagemap allows you to add highlights and also imports any highlighting from the source document.
It’s easy to see when there are highlights, even if they are spread across a large document, as they are all displayed in a highlight drawer with their clause number, and linked to the relevant text in the document.
You can comment on document text, and collaborate by replying to existing comments by other users the document is shared with, creating comment threads. Comments are protected so they can only be edited or deleted by the user who created them.
You can easily see recently added comments and ones added by a particular user. The Document Owner can Accept or Reject comments and then Lock the document against further commenting, while retaining search facilities for reviewers.
It’s simply not possible to find dates with standard search functions, so Pagemap automatically identifies dates and lists them in the order they appear, along in with the day of the week each one falls on.
Dates can be in a variety of formats such as 24/03/2009 or 24 Mar 2009, and the date format (European/US) can be set for each document.
Following document links is very handy, but only if you can readily go back to where you came from.
Pagemap let’s you do this by clicking a link in the breadcrumb trail, as it stores a list of all the links you’ve followed and where you came from.document against further commenting, while retaining search facilities for reviewers.
Before you make change to any particular clause, it’s vital that you know which is any other clauses are pointing to it, and may also have their meaning changed. Pagemap marks clauses with a blue margin marker.
Click on the marker and Pagemap will show you all the other clauses that reference any given clause, so you can see the other parts of the document that are subject to the clause and would be impacted by any changes.
Related Keyword Lists
Often, it’s a topic rather than a specific word you need to search for. To find a topic that may use a range of different keywords, Pagemap lets you to save related keywords under the primary keyword and search for them all simultaneously.
This brings even greater searching power to your fingertips, as related keywords can also be stored in keyword lists.
Documents can be organised and stored in folders and subfolders by dragging and dropping.