Everlaw Training Videos


Who might be interested:
Users who will be organizing and using documents to prepare for a variety of post-review activities. Users who need to organize key documents and better understand essential information. Users who need to prepare for Depositions and review Deposition transcripts.
What you will learn:
How to add documents to a Story and prepare documents to be included later. How to navigate the Dashboard and leverage the different Storybuilder tools to prepare for important upcoming events. How to build Stories that include Timelines and Drafts. How to use the Deposition tool to prepare for a Depositions and to upload and review a Deposition transcript.


All Storybuilder capabilities and tools can be used via a single object called a Story. Three tools comprise Storybuilder: Timeline, Drafts, and Depositions.

Each document entry in the Story can be dated, labeled, and annotated with a description in the Timeline. It also features a useful Events view, allowing review teams to see documents in relation to a timeline of events in the case.

Documents in the Story can be used to build outlines using the Drafts tool. Common use cases for Drafts include creating deposition, argument, or case strategy outlines.

Deposition objects are created to prepare for, conduct, and summarize a deposition or other interview process, as well as view and annotate the resulting transcript.

Depositions can be used to reference drafted thoughts, curate an exhibit list, chat colleagues, and create tasks.

After a deposition is complete, you can write a summary and review the transcript of the deposition, which will automatically link transcript text to marked exhibits. You can also create testimony objects.

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