Import from NCapture
This dialog is displayed when you import content from the web that was previously captured using NCapture.
Options on this dialog
Import From You can change the location that you will be importing captured files from. You can import as many captured files as you want from a single folder location.
All NCapture files that are in the selected Import From location are listed here. You can click a column header to change the sort order of the files in the list. The following information is displayed in the list:
Source Name Helps to identify the content. This is either the name automatically assigned by NCapture, or a name entered at the time of capture.
Captured On Shows the date and time of the capture. The list is sorted on this column, so that the most recently captured files are shown at the top.
Captured From Shows the URL of the web page that the content was captured from.
Code at Node Shows the nodes that were specified at the time of capture—the entire source is coded at these nodes.
Previously Imported Indicates whether the file has been previously imported into the project.
You can choose which files to import.
You can select a single file or you can select multiple files.
If you want to select all capture files, excluding any NCapture files that were previously imported into your project, click Select captures not previously imported.
NOTE You will not be able to select files that contain capture types that are not supported in this release of NVivo for Mac.
NOTE If the Merge matching social media datasets (including previously imported) check box is selected, any matching social media datasets are merged together. Facebook datasets are considered to be matching if they contain wall posts from the same Page or Group. Twitter datasets are considered to be matching if they are based on the same search, user stream, list, or favorites. Matching datasets do not need to have the same Source Names.