Who might be interested:
Users responsible for setting up a case and the review environment. Users who will be adding other users and managing case settings, codes, user groups, and document permissions.
What you will learn:
An overview of database and project level admin permissions. A general introduction to the various project settings available to Project Administrators and how to navigate the administrative tools. How to set up user access and permissions, including how to add users, setup group based permissions, and setup document access permissions. How to create coding categories and conditional/auto-code rules, set up persistent highlights, and manage metadata settings.
If you would prefer a private training session with a member of Everlaw’s User Education team to train a group of users and discuss a workflow that is specific to your organization, you can schedule a virtual training session at a time of your choosing.
Learn more about Case Configuration
Codes are used to note the relevance of documents. Documents are easily retrievable by review status or topic matter once they've been reviewed. Coding rules let admins enforce desired coding behavior. Together, codes and coding rules form the foundation of review. Read the codes and coding rules help article.
Persistent highlights can be used to call out important or privileged words/phrases. Admins can create grouped and standalone highlights, and modify the color that highlights appear under in the review window. Read the persistent highlights help article.
If you are conducting review with the intention of producing documents, the database will need to be in production mode. As part of production mode, you can add standard production codes to your coding sheet, and create redaction stamps. Read the production tools help article.
Other case settings allow you to do things like require two-factor authentication, set the default assignment review criteria, turn on and configure the machine translation features, and add new Stories. Read the general settings help article.
Add and Manage Users via Groups
Adding users to a database is easy. Once a user is added, you can control their permissions through user groups. If you are removing a user, you can choose to save their work product. Read the adding and removing users help article.
Granular permission settings give admins the confirmation that the proper permissions are distributed to users within that project. Permissions are determined by user groups. Read the user groups and permissions help article.
Document Access Management allows project administrators to control which documents users can view or modify on Everlaw. This is useful if you would like to manage access to specific document sets and do not want to create a full break in terms of coding, messaging, and administration by creating a new project. Read the document access management help article.
Monitor Case Progress and User Activity
Project analytics provide actionable insight into various aspects of review. You might want to perform reviewer-level tracking or develop the big picture view of what's happening. Whatever the need, our flexible analytics system can deliver. Read the case analytics help article and the sample use cases article.
Training Activities Checklist
After you've watched videos and have a basic understanding of the project settings, practice your skills and try performing the following actions:
Add a user
Create a coding category with several codes and view what it looks like in the review window
Create a conditional rule
Create an autocode rule and delete it if it is not needed
Create a new user group and customize the permissions
Create redaction stamps
Create a persistent highlight and run a search for all documents with that term