What’s new for 2022 at Miso?
2022 has been a year of transformation at Miso, with a rapid development programme, a new website and the launch of our new software interface. We thought we’d share some of the things that we are most excited about, here at Miso HQ.
In October we launched our new software interface. Founder Peter Milligan explains more:
“We’re really excited about our new interface. It’s changed the whole look and feel of the software, making it much more user-friendly. We took a big step back, considered the overall Miso brand – colours, fonts, style – as well as how users needed to interact with the software. The result is something that’s a lot less white and that is designed more for the users. It’s easier to understand information and how it links across different areas and functions.”
We’re delighted with the new interface and initial feedback has been superb. It feels more like Miso now! We’d love to know what you think.
One of the biggest roll-outs of 2022 was the introduction of our eBundle function. It gives you a great way to create beautiful bundles, simply and quickly, from the Documents you have added to the Case. The Bundles will be paginated automatically, indexed, hyperlinked and will be available to download as single PDFs. Best of all Miso remembers your eBundles for you and stores them, so you can recreate, amend or delete them whenever needed.
Integrated onboarding into the product
Another big roll-out in 2022 was our new, integrated onboarding system. We’ve added a virtual tour and guidance cards to each function, so you can see – almost at-a-glance – how Miso can help to organise your thinking and to transform the litigation process. It couldn’t be easier to get going with Miso, now!
We wanted to give you a sneak preview of some of the functionality still to roll-out over the next few weeks.
Damages – coming in 2022 – This new tool will allow you to create different damage scenarios in a schedule.
Enhanced chronology – coming in 2022 – We’re also introducing Facts into the chronology, so you can cross-reference everything in an order that works for you.
Have you taken out a free trial of Miso? Struggling to know where to start? Here are our top tips for getting started:
- You’ll get the most from your trial if you put several cases in – in fact, the more cases you add, the better you’ll be able to see the ways it can support you across the whole litigation process.
- We understand that you’ll probably have questions. That’s ok. Take a look here to see a summary of how Miso works https://www.miso.legal/how-it-works/
- Want to find out more? We’re always available to book a one-to-one demo or support call. It may be possible to claim this as Practice Development CPD. Just contact us at [email protected]
- It can also be helpful to speak to other lawyers using Miso, to understand how they’re getting the best results. Let us know if you’d like us to make an introduction.
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