Turnitin can automatically exclude content from within a Similarity Report, so that you can better tailor it to your assignment. We look for specific things within a paper to help us understand the start and end points of what we should exclude. Already know the paper uses the correct phrases? Learn how to exclude quotes and bibliography from within Turnitin Feedback Studio.
What is excluded?
Turnitin will detect the following keywords and disregard any matches after the keyword:
When the document reaches any of the following words in the paper, it will resume the similarity check:
Turnitin will disregard any matches that use the following quotation marks:
Turnitin will not disregard matches using single quotation marks.
Turnitin does not exclude quotes between quotes. For example: "This text would be excluded 〈but this text would not be excluded〉 and then this text would also be excluded."
Turnitin will exclude block quotation (an indented block of text) when the original file is a .doc or .docx file.
- To exclude different types of text from the similarity report, select the red Filter icon from the similarity toolbar.
If the similarity layer was inactive, it will now be activated, highlighting all on-paper matches.
- From the Filters and Settings side pane, use the check boxes to make bibliography and quote exclusions from the similarity report.
- Select the Apply Changes button to confirm this change. This will renew the similarity report with your change now reflected in the assignment.