On Matter creation, you can choose to add information about various contacts that you know will be involved with that Matter.
It’s required to always add a client, but you can also name other people in different roles here.
Matter creation dialog and different contact types that can be used there
By using plus button, you can add info about more contacts, and by selecting thrash can icon you can delete any of them.
Default list of available values for a Contact type includes:
- Opposing attorney
You can also add your own Contact types, or edit/delete any of the items from the list above. To do so, go to Matter365 application settings and select Contact types.
Matter365 application settings
On this page, you can add new Contact types (Add new Contact Type button), edit (pencil button) or delete (trashcan button) existing ones.
Contact Types page
How do I add clients and related Contact to Matters?
To add clients or related Contacts to Matters, when on the Matter’s Dashboard, click on Settings -> Edit Once you are on the Settings page click “Edit” in the Contacts section. Edit Matter Contacts window will pop up. Click on the “Add ...
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To open the Contacts page, select Contacts in the left-hand side main menu. On this page, you will be able to see the list of the existing Contacts, and for every Contact there is a display name, company name, primary email and phone number, etc. You ...
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