MyCase Launches New Foldering Feature for Easy Document Management
(Santa Barbara, Calif. – Jan. 13, 2015) – MyCase, a leading Web-based legal practice management software, announced today the addition of a powerful foldering feature allowing attorneys and legal professionals to better manage their documents in the cloud.
In addition to its popular tagging organization system, MyCase customers can now utilize the new foldering feature as a way to better catalog information. “With Folders, MyCase customers can easily and securely organize their documents through one central system,” says Matt Spiegel, MyCase Founder and VP of Product. “This removes any security risks from third party integrations and allows customers to work directly from within the MyCase software. We are extremely excited to release this feature today as it’s exactly what our customers asked us for.”
Known as the most intuitive practice management software available in the market to-date, MyCase continually adds updates to increase the usability for its customers. “This is a big one!” said Leah Granger at the Law Office of Leah L. Granger when talking about the new foldering feature. “This makes sorting through documents much easier - I find it incredibly useful.”
The addition of Folders has been received with an unprecedented amount of praise from the MyCase customer base. “That is exactly what I'm looking for, you guys nailed it,” raved Mark Fabiano from Fabiano Law Firm, LLP.
Folders is one of many new updates launched in the new year along with batch printing invoices, a date calculator, evergreen trust balances, and total hours on invoices. All of these additions demonstrate MyCase’s rapid product development roadmap and solidifies its position among the most robust Web-based legal practice management tools in the US.
The new MyCase Folders and aforementioned features are available now within the MyCase practice management software.
MyCase, the Web-based practice management software for lawyers, was built to address the number one complaint across all State Bar Associations; insufficient attorney/client communication. MyCase was founded in 2010, and was acquired in 2012 by AppFolio, the leading provider of Web-based software for vertical markets. AppFolio's cloud based software is used by thousands of small and mid-sized businesses to improve their workflow so they save time and make more money...