Using tags and lists to search

Using tags or lists to sort results

To use tags or lists as a project input, go to the SIMILAR TO section and click over to the Patent tab. You can use the Add related patents button to add a tag or a list.

After selecting a tag, you'll see it in the left side of your project and you can click Update Results to automatically go and search for more patents like your tag. It even works with big lists like the qubit generation example below with 1406 tagged patents!

Viewing a tag or list in a project

You can also load the patents from a tag or a list into a project and then sort & filter it using your project inputs. To do that, simply click on the Search results dropdown at the top of the project screen and select the tag you want to load. You'll see that your search results are replaced with the patents from your tag or list and they will be sorted, filtered, and highlighted based on your project inputs.

Here are a few example use cases but there are plenty more. If you're wondering how else to use tags and lists, just get in touch and we're happy to help.

Q: I have 1458 families that have been reviewed in the past and tagged as relevant to qubit generation. I wonder which of these are about josephson junctions?

A: Load your qubit generation tags into a project and use AI to sort them based on text "The present invention relates to josephson junctions". You could even make a new "Josephson junction" tag and add it to the patents you find.

Q: Recently we began building up our quantum computing portfolio. We have about 40 patents now in this field but I wonder what the landscape looks like?

A: Create a quantum computing tag and add your 40 patents. Next make a project and use the quantum computing tag as the input to automatically find more similar patents. Explore the overall space with the Visualize tab or add filters to limit by assignee and focus in on a particular competitor.

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