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Last Friday was another release day over at Everlaw, and as always, we’re excited to share with you the latest and greatest!
The recent release includes features designed to streamline your login experience, improve metadata processing, and provide you with a smoother introduction to Everlaw functionality. Read on for a very brief run-down of the new features! As always, you can read more detail in the release notes, now also linked to from our homepage.
Single sign-on (SSO)
Organization administrators can now enable single sign-on (SSO) for all users in their organizations. This will allow users to log in via their existing directory service (e.g., GSuite, Active Directory, LDAP) and prevent them from having to maintain separate login information for Everlaw.
SSO can either be enabled for an organization, but not required; required for the organization; or left disabled.
Metadata processing for multilayered email families
With this release, we’ve changed our approach to embedded emails (emails attached to other emails). Now, native embedded emails uploaded to Everlaw will have Parent ID and Family metadata values that clearly link them to the emails that contain them.
For answers to FAQs about email threading—like how to view attachments, searching for senders, and email threading deduplication—read our help article.
Updates to administrative workflows
- “Add Users” button: allows you to add both individual and multiple users on the Case Settings page
- Password generator: during productions, add a randomly generated password for your encrypted ZIP file
In-platform feature walkthroughs
A new “Walk Me Through” widget now appears at the bottom of your screen when logged in. Click this widget to open a menu of interactive walkthroughs for various features. These walkthroughs provide step-by-step guidance as you complete different tasks on Everlaw, such as adding new users, running productions, and exporting documents.
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