Browser-Based Viewing for eDiscovery and Document Management Applications
Quick View Plus Web provides advanced native file viewing and search capabilities from within popular browsers including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox. It’s powerful API options are designed to allow you to easily integrate with third-party applications, such as litigation-case management, eDiscovery, and document management platforms, with no desktop software or plug-ins required to view files.
Maintains Original Formatting
Quick View Plus Web retains original formatting with near-perfect fidelity, allowing you to see content as it was originally created, including text formatting and graphics within documents.
Screenshot: Sample Document Viewed in Native Program
Screenshot: Same Sample Document Viewed in Quick View Plus Web
View Virtually Any File
Quick View Plus Web provides access to the widest range of file types, from text and word processing documents to email, database, spreadsheet, presentation, design, raster, and vector image files—hundreds of file formats.
Quick View Plus Web allows you to add annotations to a document. Annotations can simply be highlighted areas or text or can include comments as well.
Quick View Plus Web delivers the ability to redact content within a document. Simply select the area or text you want to redact. Quick View Plus Web allows you to see the underlying content that was redacted prior to it being output as a final version of the document where the redactions would be applied. Redactions performed by selecting text removes the text and would not searchable. Redactions can also be done automatically using patterns, such as to redact Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Final Form Production
Perfect for eDiscovery. Once you’re ready to create a final production of files, output files as TIFFs or PDFs. In addition to the content of the document, the final form production can be set to also include any annotations or redactions.
Quick View Plus Web offers the ability to show thumbnails of each page within a file to the left of the main view window. This allows a user to quickly find a certain page based upon a view of smaller representations of the pages in a file. The thumbnail view is based upon the base content within a file.
Allows an external application to pre-search the document data and provide data to the Quick View Plus Web application to highlight in the file view. In addition to the regular parameters of a document request, an additional parameter called highlights can be passed as well to communicate specific settings for the highlights. You can also perform ad-hoc searches in the open document from within
See Hidden Information within Files
Quick View Plus Web displays file metadata, plus other information, such as speaker notes and comments in presentations, hidden rows and columns in spreadsheets, and hidden information in Microsoft Word documents that is not visible in the document itself.
Screenshot: Metadata View
Screenshot: Presentation Speaker Notes and Comments View
Supports Existing Applications and Workflow
Quick View Plus Web's API is designed to integrate seamlessly with your existing third-party applications, such as litigation case management or eDiscovery platforms, so it can provide a consistent user experience.
High-Speed Native File Review
As an integrated HTML5-based tool, Quick View Plus Web increases the speed at which review teams can work by integrating native file viewing into their standardized legal review platform. There’s no desktop software to install, no new interface to learn and no switching between applications.