Users are now able to set-up alerts when content is accessed through explore content or a search is executed through explore content. This new functionality enables users to keep current and up-to-date with changes in legislation, critical new cases and stay informed regarding any updates to our highly regarded secondary material.
Users are now able to save favourites when content is accessed through explore content or a search is executed through explore content. This new functionality enables easy access for favoured legislation, cases and secondary material that are discovered through Explore Content.
When UK, Australia and New Zealand case documents are delivered, the default delivery document is now the full text decision rather than the CaseBase document or Overview. This new functionality better reflects Canadian preferences and workflows.
Noting up cases or legislation with large citing records has become faster and simpler with the implementation of a new feature that applies the Search Within segment search to all parts within a multipart QuickCITE® document. Users can easily identify which part and how many cases within each part contain their key terms. In addition, the applied search is persistent so that users do not have to rerun the same search within each part facilitating an easier and more efficient user experience. This feature will be released to users on a graduated rollout.