Frequently asked questions about Shabash Merops.
Merops uses a combination of intelligent pattern recognition and large databases of different kinds of terms and names to identify the components of a document. It then standardizes the document to match your style requirements using tracked changes and comments.
Merops uses pattern recognition, so depending on how much intervention you require from Merops, you may need to review output documents. Merops comes with a number of tools to make undoing specific changes quick and easy. You can help us improve Merops by giving us feedback.
No, Merops uses features of Microsoft Word (tracked changes, comments, and paragraph and character styles) to edit a document, so the output document can be read without Merops being installed. However, for quality control, we recommend having Merops installed so you can use the built-in reviewing tools.
Yes! Well, sort of. The current version of Merops for Mac can be used for reviewing documents but isn't able to do the initial document processing. You can download Merops for Mac here. For help with Mac for Merops click here.
This is uncommon but can happen if there is an error or something unexpected in the input file. You can email documents to us and we'll process them for you and return them, usually in less than one working day.
Every rule that Merops applies is customizable using a Standard Set, for more information click here.