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Mar
28
LabArchives Users Reach 100,000,000 Activities
Posted by Hannah Clark on 28 March 2018 10:43 AM

LabArchives, the leading research data management platform with 235,000 users, announced its users have surpassed 100 million user activities.

Researchers, professors, and laboratory students utilize LabArchives to safely store, organize, share, and publish their laboratory research. Users store research data, create chemical sketches, manage data, time-stamp discoveries, annotate drawings and images, upload attachments, and collaborate
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Jan
24

LabArchives recently released two important functionality enhancements: Entry Collaboration and an upgraded Chemical Sketcher Widget.

Entry Collaboration
The new entry collaboration workflow feature provides instant notification when an entry is being edited by a colleague. This will prevent editing conflicts and allow all collaborators to see the latest revisions as they are
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Oct
11
LabArchives Enhances 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance with New Witness Workflow
Posted by Johan Isoz on 11 October 2017 11:25 AM

LabArchives will be releasing new capabilities to the platform on Oct 13th which will enhance 21 CFR Part 11 compliance.

This new workflow provides new controls for page signing and witnessing within a notebook, as well as conferring page signing and witnessing privileges to designated notebook users. The workflow facilitates communication
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Sep
26
LabArchives Provides Additional Formatting Options for Plain Text Entries
Posted by Johan Isoz on 26 September 2017 08:45 AM

Now users can use Markdown formatting language. Markdown is a lightweight markup language used to format plain text files.

In LabArchives, users can use Markdown with simple, unobtrusive formatting syntax that is easy to incorporate into Plain
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Sep
8
Significant New Collaboration Capabilities in LabArchives
Posted by Johan Isoz on 08 September 2017 08:33 AM
LabArchives will release significant enhancements to the collaboration and comments capabilities in the platform on September 8. 

Active collaboration is part of the standard work flow -- and now in LabArchives, users can use “mentions” (using the @ symbol) to facilitate regular, active, contemporaneous communications among colleagues.
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