New standard views
Four new standard views have been added to all databases, in addition to the already-existing default view. The new views can be used to quickly access the fields you are likely to need for a given task. The views can also be copied and then modified to meet your needs even more closely.
The standard views have also been moved to their new home at the bottom of the views list, so that any custom views made by you and your team receive top-billing as the star of the show.
When you close your browser and then reopen and come back to DISCO, your previously-used sorting options for your search results in that database are now maintained.
Were you examining your search results sorted by the presence of a privilege tag, secondarily sorted by the document's family date? Or were you secondarily sorting by the last modified date? Or was it the creation date? DISCO remembers.
Generate a PDF of your search visualization metrics
Generate an exportable PDF showing the metrics detailed in your search's visualization page. Simply click one button to save a PDF of the metrics for your records.
Updated search bar option placements
The search bar has been redesigned for greater accessibility. Your individualized search history, the search builder, and your team's saved searches all previously required the use of a dropdown menu located inside the search bar. These options are now all accessible via permanently-placed icons on the right of the search bar.
More filters added: sizes, and hidden content
Search filters have been added to search and report on file sizes and on a variety of information regarding hidden content within your documents. These items were all previously searchable as both regular syntax and within search builder, and they were also available to add to custom columns, but were not previously available in DISCO's search filters.
Now that these items are in search filters, you'll be able to refine searches with them even faster, and also gain important insights into your searches by looking at their aggregation counts in the filter panel. 42 of the 426,512 documents in the search have hidden slides!