Having made great strides towards putting my law library onto AT, I am wondering whether my way of keywording is as efficient as it could be.
I have discovered that for my purposes Group works best on a single keyword. So I have a field labelled ‘Subject’ - (A) - which is customised to multiple select in which I have added as I go the paricular topic. For example, Alienation.
Alongside, I have a field label Keywords - (B) - also customised to multiple select in which I have added as I go the particular keywords: For example: Assignment, Underlease, Sub-let, Consent, Unreasonable.
So far so good? But I am wondering whether there is an easy (novice) way to have a single field which would still limit Group to the first keyword but avoid situations, for example, where the keyword would be the same as the subject or where I’m unsure which field to use for a particular keyword.
The examples above are straightforward, A has unique terms. The quandry arises with, for example, Costs. As a subject, Costs is embracing but I’d like Calderbank to be a Group so Costs would have to go into B. which means that when I filter for Costs I’d have to filter in both A and B.
I hope you can follow what I’m saying.
Is what I’m doing the only way or would it be possible for all keywords to be in one field, yet still being able to Group on one keyword?