Welcome to 2014! We have made a stack of enhancements and updates to LawFlow in the past few months including:
- Similar document detection: we are very pleased to annouce this major new feature. When you are viewing a document in LawFlow, it automatically shows you (on the “Related” tab) any similar documents that are detected. This can be very useful when reviewing large volumes of data, and can help (for example) identify threads in emails. We will post a separate blog about this new feature.
- Related documents: each document now shows related documents (duplicates, similar documents, email thread documents) in one place, the Related Documents tabs.
- References to High Court Rules: we have added references to the High Court Rules on certain screens to provide more information about particular requirements.
- More list & bundle options: as requested by customers, we have added more options for list and bundle generation, including the ability to export certain file types as native documents while exporting the rest as PDFs.
- More options for setting discovery information: you can now choose to overwrite existing values (the default option) or preserve any existing values.
- Improved email thread options: it is now easier to browse and review email threads by repository and by review status.
- Split / combine folders: you can now split a folder of documents into subfolders with equal numbers of documents in each (useful for assigning to multiple users for review). You can also combine or “flatten” folders.
- Strip attachments function: a function for stripping attachments from parent documents (useful if dealing with scanned documents sent by email).
- Improved PDF splitting: more options for splitting a PDF into separate documents
- Browse by year / month: in addition to browsing by a specific date, you can now browse by year or month.
And many more!
A number of these enhancements are a result of feedback from our customers. As always, thanks to our customers for your support, and we look forward to a great 2014.