Redline module; explanation

    With the NEN Connect redline module, you can compare the current version of
    a standard with the previous one. This means you gain quick and easy insight into
    which processes you need to change due to revised standards.

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Navigating to a redline version

You can navigate to redline versions in two ways:

1) Directly via the standard
Go to the detailed standards page of the standard of which you wish to view the redline version.

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2) Navigate to all available redline versions

You can search for standards with a redline version by refining your search results. On the left-hand side of your screen, you can mark the box Redline available under Extra.

Recognising a redline version

If a redline version is available, you can recognise it by the redline icon.
This can be either blue or grey.

The blue redline icon means you have access to the redline version because the standard is in your customised collection or standard package.

A grey redline icon indicates you cannot view the details, as the standard is not in your customised collection or standard package.

Methods of viewing changes in the redline module

Via NEN Connect, you can go to the redline module using a secure connection.
The redline module opens in a new tab of your browser.

1) Overview of changes per standard
You can view a list per chapter via Table of Contents.

2) Changes per chapter/paragraph

By selecting Show current version in the top-right of the screen, you will only see the text of the current version.

3) Difference between expired (old) and current (new) version
By clicking on the Changed label beside a paragraph, the difference between the current and previous versions are displayed side by side.

Setting the language in the redline module

The redline module is available in English and Dutch. You can swap languages in the top-right corner.

Feedback option in the redline module/version

In the Redline, it is also possible to give feedback about the module itself and on the redline version of the relevant standard. You can do this simply by clicking on the button in the upper right.

The feedback form opens in a new tab of your browser.

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