One of the exciting features of using Casedo is the single click Table of Contents (TOC). Through TOC, Casedo supports the ability to show a variety of annotations and lists of documents organised under relevant headings.

For instructions on how to add a Table of Contents to your Casedo Index see this support article.

Using advanced TOC features, you can now add your Casefile annotations to the TOC, making it very easy to navigate to the areas of the document where annotations reside. It’s therefore possible to both navigate a casefile using the Table of Contents, as well as use the Table of Contents to search highlights, bookmarks and comments. Did you know that you can also add more complex titles to the Table of Contents?

Adding annotations to the Table of Contents

When you first create a TOC, you will notice that, when compared to previous versions of Casedo, there are now three small dots on the top right of the TOC. Clicking this will reveal the new custom options. You will also notice that each entry in the TOC has now been linked to its entry in the bundle. Simply double click the link and it will take you to the relevant place in the bundle.

 

Clicking on the three dots reveals the four options which can be selected in any combination. From the top they are

  • show bookmarks
  • show comments
  • show highlights
  • show subfolders

 

 

Clicking on the bookmark icon will show all bookmarks in the TOC.

 

 

Clicking on the comments icon will show all comments in the TOC.

 

 

Clicking on the highlights icon will show all highlights in the TOC.

 

 

Clicking on the subfolder icon will show all subfolders in the TOC.

 

 

It is possible to select more than one of the options.

N.B. If before exporting your bundle you created a TOC, then the TOC items will be automatically hyperlinked in the exported PDF. You can then click on the TOC items and it will take you to the relevant page in the PDF.  

 

BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY – there are two issues to note when using the Table of Contents feature in Casefiles made in earlier versions of Casedo.

1. If a Table of Contents is generated in v1.4 in a Casefile whose highlighting was created in a version preceding v1.4, the Table of Contents will not show the highlights correctly, they will have to but deselected and highlighted again. This is due to a new way that Casedo handles highlights in order to make the feature work.

2. Any Table of Contents created in v1.3 will have to be deleted and remade in v1.4 in order for the new features to work.

LAST UPDATED 2024.03.20