When viewing a file or node you can highlight coded content.
Highlighting can help you to:
- Check what you have and have not coded.
- Quickly locate comments by participants with particular demographic attributes as you read through a focus group transcript
- Visually compare the coding of different team members
If you want to see what has been coded to specific nodes, you can display coding stripes.
Turn on highlighting
- Open the file or node.
- On the ribbon, in the View group, click Highlight, and then choose an option.
|To highlight this:||Choose this:||Then do this:|
|All the content that has been coded||Coding for All Nodes||n/a|
|Coding at specific nodes||Coding for Selected Items||Select the nodes for the coding you want to highlight.|
|Coding done by specific users||Coding for Selected Items||On the left, select Users. On the right, check the box for each team member whose coding you want to highlight.|
|Coding based on case attribute values||Coding for Selected Items||On the left, select Case Classifications. On the right, expand the case classification and attribute, then select the attribute values you want to highlight.|
|Content coded to nodes in sets or Search Folders||Coding for Selected Items||On the left, select Sets or Search folders. On the right, select the sets or search folders you want to highlight.|