The item page presents all available information for each individual claim. You can access it by clicking on any item in a folder or filtered list.

This article explains:

1. Claim and fact-check panel

2. Media card

3. Annotation workflow

1. Claim and fact-check panel

The claim and fact-check panel summarizes what the claim found in one or multiple media is, and what the fact-check of that claim is.

Learn more about the Claim and Fact-check panel.

2. Media card

The item card displays all the information about the item itself including the item's language and facebook social shares. Users can also:

Learn more about the media card here.

3. Annotation workflow

The annotation workflow is located to the right of the item page.

Requests (Only available if using Check Tiplines)

If you use any Check tipline, the request messages sent by all users who submitted the items to the tipline appear here.The request content also indicates the messaging service used to submit the request, the requester’s name and phone number or social media handle as well as the date of the request.

Please note that you cannot respond to those users from this tab. Learn more about how to talk to users on your tiplines here.


You can use annotations to consistently categorize your items across your entire workspace. Unlike tasks, annotations are applied to all items in the workspace, and can only be edited on a workspace level. Learn more about Annotation fields in this article.


Notes can be added to comment on items. To add a note click the ‘Notes’ tab and input the content you want to record and click ‘Submit’. It is possible to also upload files up to 954 MB.

To edit notes, click the three vertical buttons to the right (1), edit the content (2), and click ‘Save’ (3).

Others in your team can also add notes as they collaborate on the investigation.

Annotation and analysis content can be added to the item’s report. Learn more about how to design and share reports.

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