Principal Changes of the June 21, 2013 Release

Note: These release notes may not reflect current Everlaw functionality, as product updates may have changed certain features since these notes were published. Please refer to our Knowledge Base for support articles on current functionality. 

This release adds autocomplete for metadata searches, refreshes the navigation bar, and enables resizing of the coding panel.

1. Autocomplete for Metadata Searches

Now, when you search in a text metadata field, Everlaw will suggest frequently occurring values that match what you've typed in. This is a great way to get a sense of the options when you're searching on a field with a few values (e.g. Custodian), or explore related values when you're searching in a field with tens of thousands of them.

Figure: Metadata Autocomplete

2. New Navigation Bar

We've redesigned the navigation bar to be more eye-pleasing and compact, saving valuable vertical space on your screen. The old text-based tabs are replaced by icons, and the color has been changed to a flatter, less obtrusive shade.

Figure: Navigation Bar

3. Resizable Code Panel

We listened to your suggestions, and now you can resize the fully expanded coding panel by dragging it up or down with your mouse. You can drag it to the exact height you want to see the document and code at the same time. Just drag up or down from top of the coding panel (your mouse pointer will change) to the desired height.

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