Status Update on Worldox's Next Release - WDU 14 & Worldox Web 3.0

Status Update on Worldox's Next Release - WDU14 and Worldox Web 3

Worldox’s development team is working hard on trying to wrap up items for the WDU 14 update and Worldox Web 3.0. Affinity just received an advanced copy this week to start final testing.  While we don’t have a solid release date, we are hopeful it will be soon! 

Highlights include a brand new Worldox Web 3 that will give users the ability to access Worldox from any browser that offers direct “soft-pop” integration with MS-Word. In other words, you will be able to save directly to Worldox within the browser from executing a save command in Word. Worldox is also adding Notify, which allows users to follow a document by getting notifications when a document has been touched. 

Another cool feature is the Task integration with MS-Outlook that allows you to right-click on a document and create an Outlook task to follow-up on that document at a specific time and date.  Our favorite features will greatly enhance email management by being able to do things like mapping an existing Outlook Inbox folder to a matter in Worldox, so you can drag and drop emails into the inbox subfolders that you already have.  Finally, and this one has been a huge request for a couple of years now, the ability to see in the Inbox if anyone else in the office has already saved an email into Outlook.

Excitement is mounting at Affinity over the next release of Worldox. In the meantime, if you have questions about additional features coming soon or any existing Worldox features, just contact us at info@affinityconsulting.com or request a consultation. 


Paul Unger

Written by Paul Unger

Paul is an Affinity Partner with a passion for teaching lawyers how to use technology and how to automate their practice. He teaches and coaches lawyers how to be more efficient with time, task, document & email management, and just as important, distraction management by offering customized time management workshops for lawyers and their staff throughout North America. He helped modernize the use of courtroom technology and is an expert in paperless office strategies and document management. He is also an author of numerous books, manuals, and articles. Paul is a national speaker and frequent lecturer for CLE programs.

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