Lexis Advance® Overview of 2015 Enhancements

Lexis Advance® Overview of 2015 Enhancements

YOUR FEEDBACK MAPS OUR DNA So we keep making Lexis Advance® better for you. When you share your ideas with LexisNexis®, they mark our roadmap to the future. They become today’s latest features—making documents more flexible, adding more power to your search, enriching our content and much more. Below is information on 2015 enhancements to the Lexis Advance service to make your research experience better and faster so you can concentrate on finding the best solutions.


What’s New at Lexis Advance® (November 2015) 

    • Search within documents
    • Even more ways to move through a document faster
    • Shepard’s® preview displays prominently when scrolling through a document
    • Publication edition is captured when text is copied
    • “Did you mean?” suggestions
    • More and better alias recognition
    • Greater recognition of citations and alternative citation formats
    • Pinpoint linking to Congressional Record PDFs
    • Adjustable font sizes
    • Find multi-jurisdictional sources in all applicable jurisdictions 

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What’s New at Lexis Advance® (September 2015) 

    • New practice pages give you quick access to top sources
    • Archived Codes Search
    • Move to relevant courts in your results faster
    • Determine relevance from your Snapshot results view
    • Term navigation
    • Retrieve future effective versions of statutes with the citation
    • Deliver documents more easily
    • Easily see which filters you have chosen
    • The familiar bell Alert icon is back
    • Search within results—and see your search string grow
    • Copy and paste text with the citation
    • Keep your research documents handy with larger work folder capacity and flexibility 

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Do much more in fewer steps: New at Lexis Advance® (May 2015) 

You’ll find Lexis Advance even easier to use than before, with an enhanced look and a host of ease-of-use enhancements. See what’s new at Lexis Advance:

    • Reduction of white space by using the highest resolution widths
    • Expanded Red Search Box
    • LexisNexis® Get & Print now retrieves up to 100 citations at a time
    • Document header scrolls as the document is reviewed
    • Document “back to top” button added
    • New Enter reading mode option
    • And more 

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Zero in on your best documents: Now you’ve got more options at Lexis Advance® (May 2015) 

The more quickly you discover on-point documents and incorporate them into your work, the more time you save for what counts: Gauging your matter’s direction and how you can influence it. So we continually enhance Lexis Advance features and add tools to help you spend less time finding and more time using the valuable information you uncover. Here’s what’s new:

    • Result counts by document type added
    • Link directly to search terms in results
    • See results for your preferred jurisdiction at the top
    • The Red Search Box at the top of your Lexis Advance screens keeps getting smarter
    • Find documents by citation more easily
    • Locate and combine sources more quickly
    • Use “AND” or “&”—get the same results 

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Features and Sources for Greater Insight at Lexis Advance® (May 2015) 

Wherever your research answers might lay—deep within code archives or hidden in yesterday’s headlines from international news sources—you can be confident you’ll find more insights with Lexis Advance. Here’s what’s new:

    • Search archived codes
    • Search future effective versions of statutes
    • More new sources—from local to global 

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Congressional Documents at Lexis Advance® (March 2015) 

Whether you’re looking for breaking news you can’t find elsewhere or a deep dive into the nation’s legislative history, now you can turn to Lexis Advance. 

Research Congressional documents at Lexis Advance—back to 1789. The ultimate collection of historical Congressional research materials is now available through Lexis Advance as well as lexis.com®. While the U.S. Serial Set and archived Congressional Record sources are not frequently requested sources, they can be vital for legislative researchers.

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