Identify relationships between your sources

Use Casedo's two-way links to identify relationships between your sources. What is Casedo?


Add links to navigate from document to document

Easily navigate from document to document by adding two-way links. What is Casedo?


Hyperlinks in Table of Contents

In Casedo when exporting your bundle, the Table of Contents (TOC) items will be hyperlinked in the PDF. Meaning, If before exporting your bundle you…


Navigate using Table of Contents

VALID FOR CASEDO VERSION 1.4.2 AND ABOVE In Casedo you can navigate through your highlighted texts, bookmarks, and comments using a Table of…


Saving an annotated casefile as a clean case

With Casedo, you can save an annotated casefile as a clean case. Often in law a case has to be shared with the other side or with the court. This…


Merging Documents

  Casedo provides time-saving tools that allow you to merge or split your documents with the touch of a button.   To combine any…


4/12 Building your Index

You can easily navigate through your documents by building your bundle in your Index. The Index is the space located just above the Desk Space on…


Using Bookmarks to Navigate Comments and Links

We have been working hard on all the features that have made Casedo the complete tool that it is today. But as you may know, we are in the early…


How to delete documents, folders, bookmarks, comments & links

In Casedo you can delete any documents, folders, bookmarks, comments & links. This is done by selecting them and then clicking the ‘Waste…


Deleting Links in Casedo

This short video shows you specifically how to delete both ends of links. Haven’t signed up to Casedo yet?Try For Free


6/12 Add a Link

  With Casedo, you can add links to your files to navigate your case in a time-efficient manner. Links create a cross-reference between two…


7/12 Complete your Link

  To complete the created link, drag the dotted link icon that appeared after you placed the first link, place it to another part of your…