H&A is excited to release Relativity 9.5 to our client ediscovery platform.

Relativity is a robust fully functional e-discovery application from legal hold through production. The release of Relativity 9.5 delivers important new functionality that helps our customers simplify and streamline their e-discovery work.

Release Hightlights:

Email Thread Visualization

Relativity now provides a powerful tool for visualizing and acting on email conversations.

Email Thread Visualization can enhance the way you review and QC emails. The email thread interface has a whole new look and feel, with interactive visualizations and modernized navigation. Visual branches and sub-branches make it easy to follow complex conversations, identify when an email is missing, and make quick coding decisions across branches. Intuitive color-coding means you can instantly and spot and fix inconsistent coding decisions on responsiveness, privilege, and other designations.

Exportable Widgets and Dashboards

Export your data visualization widgets or dashboards to Microsoft Excel and easily share findings with your case team and clients.

New Outlines Tab in Fact Manager

With a new tab in Fact Manager, you can draft or copy and paste factual findings, issue summaries, deposition questions, or any case strategy document into a rich text editor and easily link the text to key documents, people, or organizations.

Web Import & Export

Web Import and Export to quickly and easily import and export data to and from your workspace without ever leaving Relativity.

Import your data into Relativity using an intuitive data transfer solution right inside your workspace. All of the functionality in the Relativity Desktop Client is available via the web, accelerating the speed at which your data is ready for review.

Export your saved searches, case folders, and productions directly from your workspace.

Print from Viewer

A new icon in the viewer allows you to quickly convert a document to PDF and print directly from your web browser without saving.

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For additional information, check out the Relativity 9.5 Release Notes.