Here’s What’s New in LexWorkplace | March 2020
At Uptime Legal, we’re diligently working on building the world’s best Document Management platform for law firms.
In January we announced the launch of our Early Access program, allowing select law firms to begin using LexWorkplace, in production prior to commercial release. We’re delighted to report that the response from our first Early Access users has been overwhelmingly positive.
The majority of our effort and attention has been on development objectives aimed at the upcoming, full commercial release of LexWorkplace. We have, however, been able to dedicate some time to new features and improvements to LexWorkplace for our Early Access (and future commercial) customers.
Here’s what’s new in LexWorkplace
Improved Client/Matter Organization
Some law firms organize matters by client, others by matter, and others still with a combination of the two. As such, we’ve built LexWorkplace to be structured yet flexible.
In LexWorkplace, documents, files, folders, email and notes are stored in containers called matters; a matter can live within a designated client or exist on it’s own. Within LexWorkplace, you can access a relevant matter by going directly to Matters from the main navigation; or you can navigate to a particular client and see all matters for that client.