For one week each month, we'll switch things up a bit for our Office Hours. Our DistillerSR Training team will present a "refresher" topic. This session is designed to revisit key topics and functions within Distiller. A quick presentation by our trainers will be provided, followed by a Q&A. We will post our topics ahead of time, so please check back here to see upcoming topics. These sessions are designed for all our user groups and we wish for them to be beneficial. If you have any topics you wish to see, please post your request and we can start the conversation about providing them. Following each session we will post a link to the Refresher video within the respective post. And if there are any follow-ups or additional discussions, we can have those within the posts.

March 27, 2024: Training Refresher - Mapping Fields to Forms
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January 31, 2024: Training Refresher - Welcome to 2024 & the New Review Screen
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December 20th 2023: Training Refresher - The DL on API's
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November 29th 2023: Training Refresher - Audit Trails & Audit Logs
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October 25th 2023 Training Refresher: Set it and forget it
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September 27, 2023 - New Functionality
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August 30, 2023: Training Refresher - Screening Forms & Prisma 2020 Association
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June 28, 2023: Training Refresher - Administrative tools
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May 31, 2023: Training Refresher - CuratorCR
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April 19, 2023: Training Refresher - PRISMA and Exclusion Reports
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March 29, 2023: Training Refresher - Editing Forms
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February 22, 2023: Training Refresher - AI Tools
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January 25, 2023: Training Refresher - Level and Form settings
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November 30th 2022: Training Refresher - Deduplication
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October 26th 2022: Training Refresher - Importing References into DistillerSR
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Exclusion and PRISMA reporting
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Saved Reports and User Activity
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Conflicts
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Bibliographic Formats - A training refresher
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Labels: When and how to use them
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