by Liz Lieberman
on October 17, 2018
Analytics & Assisted Review
With RelativityOne, you get instant access to the latest functionality without the hassle of upgrades. We recently introduced our first quarterly release: Bluestem. In this new cadence, each quarterly release will be named after a prairie wildflower or grass, given our roots in Illinois. Bluestem is just the beginning.
With a new release cadence, we’re introducing a new release video—giving you a visual synopsis of the latest and greatest in the Relativity. Let us know what you think about this format in the comments.
This release, we introduced the coverage review queue—part of the active learning suite of tools. The new queue serves up documents the engine is unsure about, so you can achieve engine stability more quickly. There’s a lot more to explore, too.
Join Jim Witte, from our product management team, to walk through the coverage review queue and all the new ways RelativityOne can help you tackle every phase of your e-discovery projects.
Bluestem is available in RelativityOne now, and will become available for on-premises installation early next year.
Liz Lieberman is a member of the product marketing team at Relativity, working closely with the product teams to understand customer needs and strengthen the platform.
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