Introducing Email Thread Visualization
See how new visualizations will change the way you review and QC emails. Now available in RelativityOne and Relativity 9.5.
Pick what data you want to see—and where and how you want to see it—so you can get to the facts faster.
Turn any field of metadata or coding information into a widget to visualize your data. Search through your data by interacting with graphs and charts to automatically apply filter criteria. Need to do a more sophisticated analysis? Turn any widget into a pivot chart by combining multiple fields of data to see where information such as search terms intersects with your custodians.
Combine full text searches with filter criteria on any field in your database. Drag and drop conditions into logic groups. Use a visual conditions panel to build the advanced nested searches your investigation requires without any of the complexity.
De-clutter your Relativity workspace by dragging and dropping the visualization widgets and document lists you want to see, where you want to see them. Save it all as a dashboard to get going faster the next time you log in.
Improved control and error handling boosts ESI processing performance and productivity, allowing you to keep your momentum going. A new optimized extraction option makes the discovery of Excel files 16 times faster.
Improve publish speeds and reduce your storage requirements by processing extracted text to Data Grid in one step.
You don’t have to wait while your documents are loading. Start searching in Data Grid right away, without spending time up front building or maintaining search indexes. You’ll also never have to slow down to rebuild indexes when new data comes in.
Data Grid now scales via multiple indexes, massively increasing the number of documents you can store per case.
It just got easier to manage your environment and build something new.
For System Administrators
We’ve introduced a job scheduler for ARM—the Relativity application for archiving, restoring, and moving workspaces—that allows you to take a fully federated back-up of your Relativity workspace on a recurring schedule. You can also now convert old DBMT archives in a single tab.
A new performance monitoring framework gives you real-time insight into the quality of your system to optimize your environment’s performance. And because it plugs into any StatsD-supported APM framework, you can incorporate Relativity metrics into your existing performance monitoring system.
Previously managed in SQL, instance-wide configuration management is now an admin tab in Relativity called Instance Settings. Create, update, delete, and manage your Relativity settings, see who last modified a setting and when, and access an audit of old settings to easily revert back to those values. Configure Instance Settings to give different admin groups access to all or a subset of settings.
We’re giving you the keys to Relativity Processing’s APIs, so you can set up an automated end-to-end processing job, from creating processing sets, custodians, and data source to programmatically executing the job.
Relativity 9.3 introduces more publicly available APIs, allowing you to build custom applications for search construction and more robust querying of your case data, including the ability to cancel queries and report on progress.