Category: New Features

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New Features Coming to HeinOnline, Just in Time for Back to School

With a new semester comes new features in HeinOnline to enhance your research experience. Two new enhancements are coming to your favorite research platform this fall: options for liking and commenting on documents, and a redesigned Welcome page.

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Introducing Enhanced Faceting

We have enhanced our faceting tool. Enhanced faceting is a search feature that empowers users to quickly narrow down search results based on specific criteria. Refining your search queries has never been faster or more efficient.

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Music to Our Ears: Now You Can Listen to the HeinOnline Blog

To make our blog more accessible to everyone, we have installed an option that allows users to listen to a narration of each post through’s AI-powered text-to-voice generator. To listen to a post, select the headphone icon on the screen.

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MyHein Receives a Major Face-Lift

When MyHein was initially launched in 2008, it was merely a bookmarking tool. For the first time, MyHein has received a major face-lift. No need to worry, all functionality has remained the same, but now MyHein is easier to use and easier on the eyes.

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New Expert Witness Integration with Courtroom Insight

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Courtroom Insight to enhance author profiles, and bring even more analytic information to the table. Keep reading to learn more about this new feature.

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New MyHein Feature! Link Your Google Account for Easy Login

Never interrupt your research flow again with our newest MyHein integration—Google Single Sign-On (SSO). Now you can link your Google and MyHein accounts, allowing Google to instantly log you into MyHein as soon as you start your research. Keep reading to learn how to get set up with this feature.

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New Case Citation Alert for Authors!

Thanks to a suggestion from Corinne Jacox of Creighton University, users can now receive email alerts when an author has been cited by a case that has been added to HeinOnline. Keep reading for more information on how to set up case citation alerts.