When you use ADR Notable, you have the ability to customize it to fit the way you do your work. It's one of our tenets -- to truly be of use to dispute resolution professionals, we believe that the platform must be flexible and blindingly simple to use. Here are some of the features we have built in to ADR Notable...
1. Choose the plan that meets your needs.
After your 90-day free trial, you can choose the plan that works best for you, whether you work with cases all day, every day, or just a few times a year. ADR Notable offers subscription plans for easy access if you regularly mediate disputes. But if your services are only called on a few times a year, you can buy a single case license at a time. And larger firms or associations will want to learn about the Enterprise option. Check out all the options on our website.
2. Use the calendar and email program you prefer.
Gmail or Office 365? You can link to your email and calendar in either program from your ADR Notable Dashboard. Get started by reading Using My Dashboard.
3. Use your own clauses and your own MoU or term sheet formats:
My Clauses: You can create as many clauses as you like in My Library and organize them by category to make them easy to find when it's time to create a Term Sheet. Read Using My Clauses to learn more.
Term Sheet: You have the option in ADR Notable to create a basic Term Sheet and print or email it without ever leaving the platform. But if you would like to use your own format or letterhead, that's easy to do as well, using the copy feature in the Term Sheet and a template in your documents program of choice. Read more about creating a Term Sheet.
4. Keep track your own workflow with My Checklists.
Whether you customize a sample Checklist we have provided or create one of your own from scratch, you can pull up your favorite Checklist whenever you are in a case to help you stay on track. Read Using Checklists to learn more about this feature.
5. Set up your Noteboard in the style that you are used to.
You have your own way to capture and work with your notes -- by type of note, by party, chronologically -- and you can still use that style by setting up your Noteboard in the way that works best for you. The only requirement is that the Proposals lane remains. This ensures that when you flag a proposal when agreement is reached, that agreement will be moved right into your term sheet. Everything else is up to you! Read Introduction to the ADR Notable Noteboard to get started.