This time last year at Relativity Fest, e-discovery giant Relativity announced it was revamping its core platform’s user interface with a new UI dubbed Aero. Now about a year later, Aero is here and beginning to be rolled out, starting with cloud-based RelativityOne customers.

Today, Relativity announced the full release of Aero UI, the Relativity platform’s new user interface that looks to streamline how users interface with the system. Included in the new roll-out is not only a new look to the system, but new features as well, including an updated document viewer, workflow-based navigation settings, and the ability to automate workflows within the tool (the latter becoming available within the next month).

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