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Group sets are useful for organizing broad topics within your research. For instance, an ichthyologist might have a group set for salmon and another for trout. Each of these group sets might have groups relating to individual research projects on that type of fish, for instance, salmon and mercury.
Groups are useful for organizing articles and books on the same topic. An article or book can be in multiple groups so organizing your groups can be as simple or complex as you need it to be.
Smart Groups are useful for organizing individual document records automatically. They work best for very specific criteria such as articles from a specific journal.
Smart groups are tricky to use for topics because:
To create a smart group: