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What’s New in Broadcast 1.1?

The Broadcast team at Milyli is psyched to announce the release of Broadcast 1.1, the newest, most powerful version of our Relativity dashboard reporting tool!

With Broadcast 1.0, we brought you a convenient way to report on data within your Relativity environment, eliminating the need to export important case data from Relativity into third-party reporting tools. Thanks to our early adopters, we released Broadcast into real-world Relativity environments and got excellent feedback from users, including suggestions for future features and improvements – many of which made it onto our roadmap and even into Broadcast 1.1. For example, based on current customer requests, we added the ability to enter hex values when setting custom chart or dashboard color palettes, as well as an option for a printer-friendly view that lets you to print a dashboard to .pdf without any navigation or menus.

Customers also requested the ability to drill down into Broadcast charts to get additional information on the data behind them, so we added a linking option to Broadcast charts. If you have a case overview dashboard with a summary chart for reviewer overturn rates, for example, you could link that chart to a Broadcast dashboard that goes into greater detail on overturn by reviewer, issue, etc. You can also link Broadcast charts to other items within Relativity, such as a saved search or a specific view, if you’re looking to get more context on your data. Or maybe you have a billing statistics chart that you’d like to link to a report within your third-party billing software – Broadcast charts can link to external sites and systems, too!

The newest release of Broadcast also features a new chart type – the data table. The data table option joins six other Broadcast chart types (pie chart, bar graph, area graph, etc.), but gives users the option to render data in a standard table, emphasizing data over visualizations. In addition to the new chart type, we’ve improved the HTML widget to be able to dynamically render the results of SQL queries. If you want to display your logo, branding, etc., you still can using hard-coded HTML, but now you can also use SQL queries within the HTML widget to display document counts, costs for the month, or active reviewers, to name a few examples.

On top of all of the powerful features included in Broadcast 1.1, we’ve also made a number of UI tweaks to improve usability and the overall reporting experience. But now that we’ve introduced you to the biggest and baddest features in Broadcast 1.1, we want you to check it out for yourself. Visit to learn more or contact to see Broadcast 1.1 in action.



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