It’s been a busy few months, with customers using LawFlow for new projects ranging from a few hundred to tens of thousands of documents, including some with non-standard requirements.
We continue to add new features and improvements, some of which are in response to specific customer requests – as a New Zealand-developed discovery solution, we are able to modify our system to meet specific local requirements. Here is a selection of recent changes:
Easier way to add/edit document types
It’s now easier & faster to add a new document type that is not already in the list, or to edit a document type that has already been set. This is particularly useful for projects where longer, more descriptive document types are being used.
Options for how authors & recipients are displayed
Authors and recipients can now be displayed in a number of ways, including with organisation and party code included.
Return to last-edited document
There is now an option to return to the document that you last edited, which makes it easier to pick up reviewing documents from where you left off. There is also a summary of unreviewed documents on the home page of the project.
Review email threads
A tool for reviewing detected email threads as a group has been added.
Easier linking of email addresses to parties
Linking email addresses to parties (authors/recipients) can save a lot of time and effort. The process for linking email addresses to parties has been made easier.
Optional extra columns in discovery lists
An option has been added to generate discovery lists with additional information (beyond what is required under the High Court Rules, but which users have requested).
Document status page
A document status page has been added to provide a summary of documents in the project, their conversion status, indexing status, etc.
Export current view to Excel
The current category on the Documents page can be exported to Excel. This is useful if you want to export a list of the documents currently being viewed.