This article provides comprehensive guidance on leveraging our AI feature, Quest, for efficient querying of contract documents

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Written by Anika Gadher
Updated over a week ago

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What is Quest?

Quest is our AI chat-based Q&A functionality designed to empower users in querying contract documents. It operates through two distinct methods:

  • Summarise: Instruct Quest to summarise the contract, focusing on a specific item, and your desired format (e.g., bullet points).

  • Retrieve: Ask Quest for specific information within the contract (e.g., start date).

Quest streamlines the process, saving time otherwise spent on manual document review and enhances the understanding of key provisions within contracts.

Where do I find Quest?

Quest is accessible when your contract has one of the following statuses:

  • Negotiating

  • Agreed pending start

  • Active

  • Terminated

It is not available during the ‘draft’ status.

You can find Quest in the Contracts module on the Contracts page, represented by the brain icon in the bottom right of your screen:

✏️ Please Note: Quest needs to be enabled by DeepStream. If the Quest icon is not visible, please contact:

How do I use Quest?

Click the Quest icon, and a chat pop-up box will appear, containing the available contract document(s) you have previously uploaded:

✏️ Please Note: Quest currently processes only PDF documents. The processing time is influenced by the PDF length.

After processing, Quest provides two options:

  • Summarise

  • Retrieve

Choose your mode and enter your query or directions for a summary, then click the arrow icon:

Quest can retrieve information from multiple documents simultaneously (including amended contracts). Select the files you want to include on the side of the chat box using the check box:

For any further queries, please use our live chat function or email:

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