Some users may feel disconcertingly out of touch with their contract when answering the questionnaire of a contract template.
Of course, Weagree’s WYSIWYG underwater screen previewer gives a strong sense of control over contract creation. Nevertheless, a questionnaire may sometimes feel like a pipeline. This is particularly inconvenient for those who want to be in full control of their contract.
Launching our contract automation WYSIWYG editor.
We are now accommodating the ‘full control freaks’ among the lawyers. Take a look at it yourself (30 seconds video):
Determined to continue improving user-friendliness, and at the request of our customers Thales and ASML, we are releasing the WYSIWYG editor. Contract creation has become ridiculously user-friendly.
During the questionnaire:
- Full users can now edit the contract as well. The resulting contract will include all your tweaks.
- All users can detach the WYSIWYG underwater screen. In a second browser, your contract will scroll along with you while you answer the Q&A.
“WYSIWYG” means what you see is what you get – so you can see your contract in the WYSIWYG previewer, in which you can now edit it as well.
Users with whom we discussed this new functionality signalled a next feature. At 0:11 and at 0:22 seconds in the above video, you can see the user editing the contract.
Wouldn’t it be amazing, for contract know-how management purposes, if the user could add a Post-It note to the edited text for later or for the administrators? They would be able to pick up the Post-it and update the contract template.
We wouldn’t be Weagree if this co-creative suggestion didn’t excite us. The Post-it feature is forthcoming.
Introducing red flags.
We have also made delegation of contract automation easier: if a certain contract option requires close attention, the person answering the Q&A will be alerted by a red flag notice popping up underneath their answer. Take a closer look at (the first five seconds of) the above 30-seconds video.
Yes, we went mobile, a few weeks ago.
You may have missed our previous newsletter. Only a few weeks ago, Weagree went ‘mobile’: contract automation is now available on smartphones and tablets. We have improved the accessibility of the clause library, which of course supports the bespoke quality of your generated contracts.
And yes, it is also available on smartphones and tablets.
For more information about the new release, contact us.