Footnote importing and exporting Footnotes can now be imported from an underlying DOCX and will be exported in the outputted document. Paragraph and line spacing importing Avvoka will now import the line and paragraph spacing from your underlying document and ensure that they’re maintained throughout the document creation process. Coloured text exporting Coloured text created […]
In Avvoka’s template editor, users are now able to use the undo and redo function by clicking on the arrow icons shown below to erase or restore text in the template.
Users are now able to change the colour of each question and explanatory text as shown in the screenshots below. This can be especially useful for important questions or to highlight any warnings inserted into the questionnaire.
Template folders Organisation Admins can now create template folders for each profile. This can be done by clicking on the relevant profile and adding in the folders as shown in the image below. Users assigned to the profile will be able to see these template folders. Amending template folder locations Templates can be managed into […]
Advanced settings now has its own tab within Template settings and is no longer located below Party and Representative details.
In Avvoka, users are able to perform a ‘code check’ on the automation. This is accessible from the “Diagnostics” tab located in the Templating section. The system will perform checks on commonly made errors, such as: 1) duplicate attributes caused by incorrect capitalisation2) duplicate conditions caused by incorrect capitalisation3) erroneously added excel lists that do […]
To prevent the occurrence of any isolated numbering, for example, when conditional paragraphs do not drop into the document, click on “Custom styles in document” and select “Remove numbering if isolated paragraph”. This removes any number in a level that is the sole member of that level and apply an indent only.
In Live Demo, users are now able to save their answers to the test questionnaire and download it as a Microsoft Word document. In addition, users can download the automated document with its underlying conditions as a PDF or Microsoft Word document.
Users have the ability to change the name of an attribute whilst preserving the customised question already created for it by going into the “Diagnostics” tab and clicking on the text in the blue box to edit its name.
When setting up inline or block conditions, users are now able to select “Show if not answered” which will display the conditional text in square brackets in the document if the question for whether its condition is satisfied is left unanswered. An example of this is shown in the screenshots below.