done quickly with little attention to detail
cursory - brief
The word ‘cursory’ tends to be used in a professional context to express a lack of thoroughness or neglect of details. This may be fitting if you are dealing with something unimportant, but it can also suggest negligence or a lack of professionalism.
Even a cursory examination of the evidence makes it clear that we have a very strong case for prosecution.
She did review the document, but only cursorily so she might have missed something.
I can’t remember any details from the email he sent. I gave it nothing more than a cursory glance.