Progress Indicator in Snowbound Document

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Hi I’m Martin Mateski. I’m an ArkCase product owner and today I’m going to show you a new functionality regarding our progress indicator into our document viewer and editor.

If we go into case files and select any case and documents node, you can try and select the document in order to view it and later edit it if wanted.

So this provides the user an ability to have various types of editing on the document and when saving those or burning the annotations, work on other things because sometimes it takes time if the editing is big and the document is big.

So if we enable editing, the snowbound viewer itself will take us to a different type of viewer that has all these various abilities and tools to edit the document with.

We can see in this case that we have such a case file that we can edit with various sticky nodes we’ll just name this test, save it, add some lines or maybe even highlight reset rectangle. If we want we can add all these types of watermarks or any type of a rubber stamp that says confidential and we can burn the annotations.

Burning the annotation itself takes time, that’s why we have this progress part that we can hide and continue working onto something else or wait it out and open the new version of the document right away in the same viewer.

Let’s say we click open new version of file, this actually loads this new document that has old annotations burned into it, so no further changes can be made in terms of deleting what already has been done.

But of course this is saved as a new version of the document. In this case can point out.

And here it is we do have our stamp, nodes lines, highlight areas. If we turn that off and go back into the cases, you can open ArkCase again, go into the documents module and search for our case file document.

Here we can see that the version is 2.0 and was modified by me. We can also select the version 1.0 and get back to that older version.

So that’s it for today you can reach me at or visit us at

Thanks for watching and we’d love to hear from you.