When a new item is created by adding a new media item to your Check workspace, the Analysis panel can be used to summarize it.
In this article you will learn about:
Title and Content
By default, the Title and description of the media item are used as placeholders in the Title and Content text fields of the analysis.
Editing the Title and Content fields will be reflected in the folder and/or collection view, and be searchable using the main search bar.
Article published and Date published
If your organization published an article related to the media item being reviewed, you can reference the article with a URL (1), and the date the article has been published (2).
Copying the Analysis to the Report
If you are using Check’s Tipline, copying the analysis to the report will pass the content of all fields to the report, in the following way:
The Title of the analysis is copied to both the Title of the Report text and the Title of the Visual card.
The Content of the analysis is copied to both the Content of the Report text and the Content of the Visual card.
The Published article URL from the analysis is appended below the Content of the Report text.
The Date published is copied to the Date published field of the Visual card.
Once the analysis is copied, the report remains fully editable. Changes to the report are not passed to the Analysis panel.
Overriding an existing report
When copying the Analysis to the report, you will be taken to the report editor automatically.
If content already exists in the report, you will be notified and given the option to override the existing content.
If the report is already published, you will be notified and given the option of pausing the report before copying the content from the analysis.
Importing fact-checks from your database
Using the service Fetch, you can import content from your CMS or database into Check. When doing so, the Title, Content, Published date of the article, and URL will be automatically populated with the relevant imported data.