Tuesday, April 28, 2020

A problem with dates for users located outside of the Eastern Time Zone


Update: A fix was released on the evening of April 28th. 

With the release of our detail viewing browser for court records this morning, we made a mistake on the rendering of dates. The Dates are fine for most users, but if your computer's time zone setting is not Eastern Time, dates will render incorrectly.

Our developers are scrambling to fix this and release an update tonight. Until then dates will render as one day early if your computer is set to Central Time. (eg: 4/29 will show as 4/28)

We're sorry and working to fix this right away!

Friday, April 24, 2020

Get ready for the Case Detail Browser!


On Tuesday, April 28th, we released several new tools for viewing and organizing the results of your court case searches. These changes bring the court case section of our web site up to par with the Tax Warrant and Recorded Document sections, which already use these tools.

Here's a quick look at the changes:

Nothing about searching will change. However, when you see the results, they will be displayed in this format:
The key tools are:

  1. The ability to filter your results further and see only rows matching the text you enter.
  2. One click to save a case.
  3. One click to set an alert on a case.

When you click on one of the case numbers in your result list, you will see the results in our details browser, which reduces the number of clicks required to browse through results by letting you click through the details without returning to the result list:


The key tools are:
  1. The ability to browse details without returning to the result list for each case.
  2. A switch to toggle between our enhanced web view and the more traditional "CCS view".
  3. Save cases or set alerts with a single click.
  4. Print a "printer friendly" that doesn't include the navigation headers with one click.
Those of you who already use these tools in the Recorded Document and Tax Warrant section will feel at home right away. Everyone else will find that the new tools really help you do a better job with less effort.

Let us know how you like the new tools! ...Or if we messed something up in the transition, send us a "What were you thinking?" email to support@doxpop.com. If you're really excited, call us at 866-369-7671 to talk to our support staff. They've been socially distanced for weeks, so they are eager to talk to humans and adults.

Friday, April 17, 2020

New! Clinton County Recorder now available on Doxpop



We're delighted to announce that Clinton County land records are now available on Doxpop! We extend our thanks and welcome to Beth Keeney, the Clinton County Recorder, for working to extend this access to online searching during this critical time!

Clinton County is the 45th Recorder to join Doxpop!

Clinton County has validated records and document images beginning January 2003, and is working to validate older data beginning in 1995. Document index information is updated every 10 minutes, and new images are made available once a day.

Anyone wishing to look up recorded documents on-line may visit http://www.doxpop.com to use the service. A low-volume search plan is available for free, with higher-volume subscriptions available to commercial users for a fee. Access to document pages may be viewed and purchased through our system, and $1 per page will be remitted to the Recorder for each copy obtained.

Friday, April 10, 2020

Please vote now to avoid having to decide whether it is safe to vote later.


This is way outside of our usual purview, but important enough to take a moment for...

Indiana has rescheduled the primary election this year to June 2nd in an effort to get well past the peak of COVID-19 danger. There is still some uncertainty around what the procedures will be for in-person voting, and of course no way to know what the pandemic situation will be.

However, in the meantime, there is no reason you can't go ahead and cast an absentee ballot now so you know your vote will be counted even if the situation on June 2nd makes it difficult to safely vote in person.

To obtain an absentee ballot, you must fill out an application and mail it to your local Clerk's election office. The election office must receive this form on or before May 21, 2020, so don't wait. Do it now.

 This special form for the June 2020 election does not require that you state a reason for needing to vote absentee. Fill out the first page carefully, and then look on the second page to find the address of your county election office.

You can download the form at this link: ABS-MAIL PRIMARY 2020

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Welcome to the Newton County Recorder!


Doxpop is happy to celebrate our newest partner, and announce that the Newton County Recorder's Office is now available online!

Newton County is the 44th Recorder to join Doxpop

Land records in Newton County begin with images in 1989, but are fully indexed beginning in 2003. Many name indexes are available and full document text search will help accessing older records as they are being indexed by the county.

Please extend your thanks to Janice Wilson, the Newton County Recorder, and to the county for their assistance to make this important public access available during these new and uncertain times.

Anyone wishing to look up recorded documents on-line may visit http://www.doxpop.com to use the service. A low-volume search plan is available for free, with higher-volume subscriptions available to commercial users for a fee. Access to document pages may be viewed and purchased through our system, and $1 per page will be remitted to the Recorder for each copy obtained.