We regularly add new features and enhancements to LawFlow based on feedback from our users. Here is a partial list of recent updates to LawFlow:
Improved search layout
search results are now displayed in 3 vertical panes. This makes it easier to view document content and properties.
Easier importing of documents from other parties
We’ve improved how the import function allows you to import documents and data received from other parties. You can use the other party’s list of documents (via a “mapping file” in Excel or HTML format) to automatically ‘map’ the information required to be provided in the Listing & Exchange Protocols of the High Court Rules.
“Email document” function
You can now email a LawFlow document to yourself at the click of a button.
Improved document downloads
When downloading a document, you can now choose whether to “stamp” the document with its Document ID, or download the redacted version if one is available. These options are also available for the “email document” function.
Improved document identifier
Documents in LawFlow can two have identifiers (IDs): the internal ID which is automatically assigned when the document is uploaded and cannot be changed, and the number that is assigned when the document is added to a list. Previously, LawFlow mainly used only the internal ID.
Now, once a document is locked on a list, the list document number is used as the main identifier.
The same applies to documents received from other parties which are uploaded into the project: when the mapping file is applied, the documents will adopt the number given in the document list.
This makes it easier to find and refer to documents in a project.
If you would like to find out more about these features or arrange a demonstration of LawFlow, please contact us.