LAWTOOLBOX365 FOR OFFICE 365 OUTLOOK
LAWTOOLBOX365 FOR OFFICE 365 OUTLOOK
A Modern App for Microsoft Office 365 Outlook
Check out our companion app for Teams
Is your staff manually entering deadlines into calendars? Calendar cluttered with deadlines that don’t apply? What if your staff could calculate, view and share deadlines as emails arrive from state courts, PACER, opposing counsel and clients? Use LawToolBox365 to instantly add deadlines internally to Outlook, and externally to your client’s Google calendar, a witnesses Outlook calendar, an expert’s iCal calendar, or an insurance adjuster’s Lotus Notes calendar.
Here's a really cool 2 minute overview ...
What makes LawToolBox365 a Modern Add-in?
- No software is installed anywhere – it resides inside Office 365
- Seamlessly works as Office 365 runs updates
- Seamlessly works with any “Modern” Office 365 add-in
- Not a COM add-in (or .msi)
You’ll be up and running in no time after watching this 18 minute training video …
What makes LawToolBox365 even better?
- When Office licenses are purchased and Outlook mailboxes are created, LawToolBox356 is also automatically provisioned
- Does not require resellers to activate LawToolBox365 for each mailbox because the add-in automatically connects to LawToolBox using single sign-on
- Law firms and legal departments can also add LawToolBox365 to existing subscriptions
Quick links to useful references:
Sign in to LawToolBox with Office 365 Credentials
Setting Up a New Matter in Office 365
Calculate Deadlines for an Office 365 Matter
Recalculate Deadlines when Trials or Depos move
Adding Case Specific Deadlines and Appointments
Managing General Matters for Basic Calendaring
Adding and Removing Users from Matters
Sharing Deadlines w Client, Co-Counsel, and Experts
History of Changes - who edited what deadline and when
Robust Reporting Across Firm, Group, User and Matter
Use LawToolBox on a Phone or Tablet
How to Add Contacts to a Matter
Deadlines. Anyway way you want them. Secure.
» Share deadlines internally in Outlook/Office 365 » Share deadlines externally with everyone involved
» Rule-sets for state & federal court (50 states) » Centralized deadline management
» Rule changes automatically reflected » Insert templates into emails
» Docket deadlines from PACER emails » Insert legal clauses into emails
» Insert matter deadlines while drafting » Anyone can learn how to use in minutes!
Manage Deadlines from your Phone or Tablet!
Scan this with your iPhone or Android (many Android phones require that you download a QR app reader). You can always just navigate to https://app.lawtoolbox.com on your phone or tablet and save the browser page to your home screen. 3 min video
LawToolBox Offer Combines Free Access and Onboarding to Help Firms Manage Matters in Microsoft Teams
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PODCAST – Managing Legal Matters With Microsoft Teams. LawToolBox Helps Manage Legal Matters with Microsoft TeamsPresented by Carol Lynn Grow, Robert J. Ambrogi & Mike Ammerlann As the COVID-19 pandemic has forced legal professionals to work remotely, many are scrambling to find the best tools and technology to help them manage their legal matters and continue to closely collaborate with their colleagues. While many law firms already use Microsoft Office 365, fewer are as familiar with its core collaboration tool, Microsoft Teams. Our guests for this episode of LawNext believe that Teams is a powerful tool for lawyers working from home and one that can effectively serve as a full matter-management platform for law firms and legal departments, entirely within Office 365. They are: Mike Ammerlaan, director, M365 Ecosystem Marketing.Carol Lynn Grow, vice president of marketing and sales, LawToolBox. Ammerlaan and Grow will explain why they see Teams as a powerful tool and discuss how lawyers can use Teams for collaboration, conferencing and case management. As a supplement to this episode, Ammerlaan and Grow recorded a video demonstrating the features and capabilities of Teams for legal professionals. Podcast Link:... read more
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