We’ve been working away to make our product experience more delightful – and we have some new features to show for it! Check out some of the new features below to see how we have added visuals to our Workflow Dashboard, made email quick submits even quicker, and more.
- Dashboard Analytics: New column filter on the Workflow Dashboard gives users visual representations of stage progress. This column filters dependent upon % completed of the relevant stage.
- Notifications: Quick Submit Links feature has been updated to improve the experience. A logo now appears on the confirmation page, and the custom thank you page from the workflow displays after confirmation.
- Collaboration Stage: New update enables the first stage, or initial request, to be a Collaboration Stage. Also, “Update Form” button now automatically displays on each section of a wizard form (for those with the appropriate permissions, of course).
- Document Builder: New feature allows designers to merge full tables into a Document Builder template – no more tagging each individual table cell!
- External Grid Data Sources: External grid data sources now support POST and PUT HTTP methods, as well as the ability to dynamically build the HTTP request body from data in the form. This allows your External data source calls to contain multiple different values that drive the returned list.
- External API – File Mapping: Files can now be retrieved and mapped to file upload fields though the External API module.
To help people learn more about other emerging technologies in the Legal Operations space and how you can leverage them, we’re hosting a free webinar, MISSION: IMPERATIVE – How Technology is Evolving the Role of Legal Operations, It’s a freewheeling discussion/Q&A featuring some of the best-respected experts in Legal Ops technology. For all the details and to register, just use the link below.
As we’ve said, in the spirit of the Mission: Impossible movies, we’re trying to convince our own Paul Hirner to enter the webinar in true Ethan Hunt fashion. We’re not sure we’ll get him to try jumping a motorcycle between two buildings, but who knows?