[Blackout 1.1 released June 9, 2015. Please see Blackout 1.5 Release Notes for most up-to-date information.]
Our assisted redaction tool, Blackout, has been out in the wild since March, and its early adopters have been putting Blackout through the ringer (read more about Blackout’s “trial by fire” with DTI here), giving us great ideas for new features and suggestions for improvements. Many of those features made it onto our roadmap for later releases, and some we even were able to develop right away and include in 1.1.
In 1.1, we’ve implemented a number of features to make the redaction review workflow more seamless – for example, the Relativity document viewer now automatically updates to show accepted or rejected redactions in real-time, and we added an option to delete all redactions that were applied on previous Blackout Job, allowing users to edit and re-run a Blackout Job. The Blackout Job results page also now links directly to a saved search with only the redacted documents, making it easy for reviewers to QC just the documents on which redactions have been applied. And if you need to provide a log of redactions to opposing counsel or to the court, Blackout now has an option to export a CSV Redaction Log detailing redactions for a document set.
Current Blackout customers: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your upgrade now.
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