New Features — DISCO
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New Features

With DISCO’s ‘Threaded Conversations Browser,’ reviewers can better visualize and navigate through a threaded conversation, with instant access to threads, missing emails, and attachments. Forwarded emails are also included within conversations and appear as a new thread.

Users will now have the ability to quickly view any produced document in the Document Viewer and can easily switch between different versions of the produced document. In the previous version, users had to download the document before they could see the produced version.  This new version is more efficient for the user.

DISCO expands its field creation capabilities by now allowing client admins to both create custom fields with ease and apply security to them to ensure only certain users and groups can see and edit their content. This becomes particular beneficial when detailing with multi-party litigation, joint defense groups, and expert witnesses.

Reviewers can now more efficiently complete the review process by automatically tagging related documents in accordance with their preferences. Users will be able to choose when to apply tag changes to family members or other emails in a conversation so that tag propagation will fit their personal review workflow

DISCO users now have the option to assign a color to their tag groups! Tag group colors help in organizing your tag and assist in making the review process even faster where reviewers can quickly identify tag types — i.e. Issues tags by their assigned color.

When conducting a review in DISCO, you will be alerted when hidden content exists on the document being reviewed, allowing you to download the original and review the full contents of the document.

DISCO Filters enable you to point-and-click your way through document information, like email recipients or file types, and quickly uncover evidence — even when the exact details of what to search for are ambiguous at the start.

DISCO's Search Visualization feature allows users to explore the documents in their matter to identify trends, patterns, and hotspots, quickly gain an understanding of the make-up your data population and design your review strategy faster than ever before.

Using Family Search, users will be able to include family members of documents which are responsive to a search query. Additionally, the families will be visually grouped together to allow the user to easily identify and view the families.

We’ve enabled pre-caching capabilities that ensure that documents in the DISCO will already be loaded into memory. This preserves DISCO's unmatched performance as users move from document to document during review.