Friday, April 20, 2018

How to view electronic filings for a particular submitter and group by submitter.

Earlier this week we posted that an update to the e-filing system now allowed all firm users to see all firm filings on their My Electronic Filings page, and promised to get an enhancement out so you can opt to view only your own filings. That has been completed.

All users will now see a "Submitter" search option in the upper left, and a column that shows the submitter. If you're an administrator on your e-filing account, this will not be new to you. For all our other users, we think this will help you manage the list of filings when it seems too much to look at!





SEARCH: Use the Submitter drop down menu at the top left to select your name. Click the Search button and it will return only filings you've submitted in the time frame selected in Date of Filing. When/if you need to see filings from other submitters, just return the drop down option to "Choose" and search again.

FILTER: With the Filter Results field on the right, you can select which filings you want displayed out of the total results for your search parameters. The addition of the Submitter column allows you to enter the name of any e-filing user on your firm account, and only their filings will be displayed. Just clear the Filter field to return to showing all the filings.

SORT: You can sort filings in ascending or descending alpha order by clicking the arrow next to the word submitter. This will keep all the filings available in the results list, but group the filings by the submitter's name.

This will make it easier to track your own filings while retaining the new option to view the filings of others in your firm when you are working together on a case or filling in for a coworker who is out of the office. If you have any trouble with it please don't hesitate to contact our support team. We also love feedback, so if you have suggestions about how to make this even better, please be free with those as well!



Monday, April 16, 2018

E-filing System Updates - My Electronic Filings

Some of you may have already noticed changes on your My Electronic Filings page. The state's e-filing manager released an update to the system last Friday evening, part of which included enabling all firm users to view all filings submitted by the firm. Prior to this update, all filings were only available to firm administrators.

For many of you, this may mean you have an abundance of filings on this page that you don't necessarily want to sift through to find what you need. We are working on an enhancement that will allow you to filter the list by the name of the submitter. The enhancement will also include a Submitter column, so you'll be able to sort the filings in the list using that column as well. This will make the list much more manageable and allow you to limit the filings that appear to your own.

Until we're able to get this enhancement released, you might try using the Filter Results field at the top of the page to find the filings you need.



Entering the Attorney's name will filter results to only filings submitted on behalf of that attorney, or if you're looking for a specific filing and you have the Envelope number, you can enter that as well. You can also filter by the submitted date if you only need to see filings submitted on a particular day.

As soon as we get the enhancement released we'll notify you with another blog post and a message of the day on the site. As always, if you have any questions or problems please contact our support team. We can be reached by phone at 866-369-7671, email at support@doxpop.com, or through our live chat from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday-Friday.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Welcome Lawrence County to e-filing! Now is the time to get your service contact attached to your cases.

On Wednesday, April 6th Lawrence County joined the list of counties in the e-file system. 

This is just a reminder that if you have open cases in any of these courts now is the time to use our batch service contact attachment feature to get your preferred service contact attached to all your cases. In addition to finding your Lawrence county cases, this will catch any other open cases you may not have your private service contact attached to yet in any e-filing county.

We have a quick video showing you how it works if you click on this link.
Note: Public service contacts are now available in your service contact tools as well!


For more information about how private and public service contacts may affect you, visit our initial and follow up blog posts linked below:

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Welcome Vermillion County to e-filing! Now is the time to get your service contact attached to your cases.

On Wednesday, April 4th Vermillion County joined the list of counties in the e-file system. 

This is just a reminder that if you have open cases in any of these courts now is the time to use our batch service contact attachment feature to get your preferred service contact attached to all your cases. In addition to finding your Vermillion county cases, this will catch any other open cases you may not have your private service contact attached to yet in any e-filing county.

We have a quick video showing you how it works if you click on this link.
Note: Public service contacts are now available in your service contact tools as well!


For more information about how private and public service contacts may affect you, visit our initial and follow up blog posts linked below:

Monday, April 2, 2018

E-Filing Required in Brown County Beginning Today


Beginning today (Monday, April 2). E-filing is required in Brown County, with the usual exceptions:

PO (Protective Order) filings are still conventional. 
For the following types, initial filings must still be filed conventionally, but subsequent filings must be e-filed:
  • AH (Adoption History)
  • JC (Child in Need of Services)
  • JD (Juvenile Delinquency)
  • JM (Juvenile Miscellaneous)
  • JS (Juvenile Status)
Criminal and Infraction cases may be filed conventionally, but the prosecutor's office has the option to file these electronically in this county.