NetDocuments launches Tasks and SmartView at ILTA
NetDocuments today (24 August) during ILTAON launched Tasks, a collaborative task management system, and SmartView, a document preview and collaboration engine. Both new technologies will be featured during ILTA’s virtual ILTA>ON conference, August 24-28.
NetDocuments also announced that it is dividing the products brought to market over the past several years into five solution brackets: Organise; Protect; Plan; Deliver and Learn.
While NetDocuments Chief Product Officer Dan Hauck says that documents remain the foundation of legal work he adds: “Our customers want us to go beyond just helping them find, open, and save documents, and tap into all the different possibilities and help add value along the way. That’s what our solutions make possible.”
You can see more details about the Tasks and SmartView functionality below.
Tasks is a task management system that provides a wholistic view into everything that is important in a project/matter and provides collaboration inside a workspace for various parties who have interconnected deliverables to help users track project stages, owners, deadlines, deliverables. Core functionality includes a task board, task assignments and deadlines, color coding, sub-tasks, comments, and links to existing workspace documents. Tasks gives users a visual snapshot of their workload and project status and inspire legal teams that need a way to create checklists and track project tasks at the user-level.
SmartView enables document collaboration without requiring underlying edits while eliminating document ‘check-out’ wars. SmartView simplifies document reviews by making it easy to quickly preview, annotate, and mark up documents without ever needing to download the files to the desktop. With SmartView, users can make Margin Notes to annotate files with colleagues and clients in real-time —and take advantage of findings to quickly navigate through people, places, companies, and more.
You can connect with NetDocuments at ILTA>ON – Contact NetDocuments for more details.