Each automatically generated plagiarism report includes a complete list of original sources with direct hyperlinks to the web sites where similarities are highlighted, the percentage of originality and similarity as well as total number of sources, date of check and an email of the person who scanned a file for plagiarism.
Yes, they are. All similarities are highlighted both on original site sources and in the text scanned for plagiarism. Your colleagues will be able to note even the 6-font-size text at the very bottom of the web page without spending hours for searching exact matches.
Yes, they can. A user can omit sources either manually or by adjusting search settings. In the first case, a user only needs to click the cross icon next to each source in the report he/she wants to omit. In the second case, a user should navigate to the System Settings and type in percentage of similarity sources to be excluded from search results in the Similarity Sources section. If the second option is chosen, omitted sources will not be included in the report, but the report will show a total number of sources excluded by the system similarity settings.
Yes. After each plagiarism check is completed, a report is stored automatically in a user’s personal account.
For now, all the corporate and academic institution users cannot share reports via email, though they can download reports in .pdf by pressing the Generate Report button. When downloaded, users can share reports the way they need.
Your colleagues can download plagiarism reports in .pdf format.
Yes, it does, so no time is wasted on additional corrections or re-formatting.
Yes, they can. The only thing your institution’s representative needs to do is to contact your account manager and let him or her know about the changes you require.