By Legal Futures’ Associates Casedo
Casedo, the legal software that simplifies document analysis, research and organisation, has announced the release of a new version of its legal analysis platform.
Following the release in June of key e-bundling tools in v1.3, v1.4 offers users an enhanced Table of Contents toolset and more extensive PDF support.
Alongside the existing mark-up features and ability to import bookmarked PDFs, the recently released automated Table of Contents feature has now been extended to give the option to include lists of bookmarks, comments, highlights, and subfolders in the Table of Contents itself. As these entries will also be automatically linked to the pages they reference, there will no longer be a need to search through a bundle to find particular data. Reviewing mark-up has never been easier.
Casedo is free to try for ten days, you can go work smarter with Casedo now, simply by downloading it and getting a license key. For more information on the workspace changing the way lawyers work, and top tips on how to use it, visit www.casedo.com.
All upgrades are free with a license. More details can be found in the Release Notes.