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How-To Videos

Here are how-to videos to help you use Atomic Briefcase as quickly and effectively as possible, including the demos on the "Demo Videos" page. Note: using the "Help" layout in Atomic Briefcase, you can search for videos to addressing particular subjects. If you're an Atomic Briefcase client, and would like to a video to address a particular topic, just send us an email using the button below.
Video No. 1: Document Review and Instant Open
Atomic Briefcase makes document review fast and easy. You can scroll through the files you have selected, review them in Atomic Briefcase, and, if you like, open the files in their native application, including PDF files, Word files, emails, video and graphics. (Duration: 16 seconds.)
Video No. 2: Tagging Files
Atomic Briefcase lets you tag files easily, using whatever tags and tag categories you define. You can tag or un-tag all open files in one fell swoop. So fast. And once you tag files, you can find them based on the tags that you have applied. (Duration: 53 seconds.)
Video No. 3: Finding Tagged Files
Atomic Briefcase lets you find documents instantly based on the tags that you and your team have applied during your review of the documents. For example, if you've tagged files for a particular witness or a particular legal issue, you can find those right away, without having to slog through folders, or make copies. Work faster and better than ever. (Duration: 30 seconds.)
Video No. 4: Importing Files
Atomic Briefcase lets you import your files directly into the app. You don't have to send them to some vendor and wait until tomorrow to start accessing your files. Plus, the files you work with Atomic Briefcase are your original files, on your computer. This 30-second time-lapse video shows Atomic Briefcase importing over 300 files in less than two minutes. (Duration: 29 seconds.)
Video No. 5: Mining File Names for Dates and Descriptions
Atomic Briefcase lets you automatically mine file names for dates and descriptions. Plus, once you have the dates and descriptions in Atomic Briefcase, you can sort and find files chronologically, and easily generate exhibit lists. This video shows Atomic Briefcase mining dates and descriptions from over 30 files in less than 30 seconds. (Duration: 1 minute, 14 seconds.)
Video No. 6: Use File Names as Descriptions
Even if you cannot mine the date from a file name, you may still want to use the file name as a description. Atomic Briefcase makes it happen with the push of a button. (Duration: 57 seconds.)
Video No. 7: Finding and Opening Email
Atomic Briefcase makes it easy to find email, whether by sender, recipients, contents or subject line. Plus, Atomic Briefcase lets you open the actual email itself, in its native format, including all attachments. You can also open the email in PDF format. (Duration: 1 minute, 27 seconds.)
Video No. 8: Mining Emails for Dates and Descriptions
Atomic Briefcase lets you mine emails for dates and descriptions after you have imported their contents. You can include the subject line in the description, or omit it. You can also sometimes refine the descriptions to use names rather than addresses. (Duration: 4 minutes, 40 seconds.)
Video No. 9: How to Add a Mac.
Here's how to tell Atomic Briefcase where to find all of your case files on a given computer or external drive if you use a Mac (i.e., an Apple Computer).
Video No. 10: How to Add a PC with Windows 10.
Here's how to tell Atomic Briefcase where to find all of your case files on a given computer or external drive if you use Windows 10.
Video No. 11: How to Add a PC with Windows 11.
Here's how to tell Atomic Briefcase where to find all of your case files on a given computer or external drive if you use Windows 11.
Video No. 12: How to Add a Case.
This video shows how to add a case to Atomic Briefcase litigation software. More specifically, this is how you tell Atomic Briefcase what name you will use to refer to a case (e.g., Alabama Motorcycle Case), and the exact name of the subfolder where you will keep all of your files for this particular case (e.g., Motorcycle Case). With Atomic Briefcase, your files stay on your computer; you don't have to upload them to anyone's server.
Video No. 13: How to Set Up Google Drive to Share Files with Your Team on Atomic Briefcase.
To avoid wasting time and money and avoid mistakes, everyone on your legal team should be sharing the exact same set of files. You do not want one person have some of the files for a case on one computer, while another person has other files on another computer. With Atomic Briefcase, your entire team can keep all of the files for a case in one folder in Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive or on your firm's server. This video shows you how to install Google Drive so that you and your team can use it to share files using Atomic Briefcase.

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