Fastcase is always looking for ways to help you customize your research. One way that many lawyers do this is to save favorite searches or favorite cases as “Favorites” in Internet Explorer (or “Bookmarks” in other browsers). Because every page on Fastcase has a unique web address, you can save any page as a favorite (CTRL+D on Explorer and Firefox), and when you next log into Fastcase, you can call up the exact same page. For bonus points, you can create a Fastcase folder in Favorites, then create subfolders for each client, and even sub-subfolders for each separate matter. You can save pertinent cases, or even really good results lists – one more way to customize your research history on Fastcase!
blogger / April 26, 2007