Contract editor improvements
Drag and drop clauses within your contract
Hovering over a clause now gives you the option to drag a clause to a new place in your document using the handle on the left. Use the up and down arrows to move a clause above or below its neighbor.
Expand and collapse contract navigation
The contract navigation can now be hidden and revealed, allowing the user greater customization of their contract workspace, in addition to making the Clause UI more adaptive to smaller monitors.
Enable or disable public libraries in organization settings
Organization users can now control which public libraries they see on the Libraries page by heading to the organization settings and selecting from a list of available public libraries.
Post-conditions in Flow™ steps
Users can now create a post-condition in their flow steps. This enables users to make Flow™ steps run or not run based on whether a condition has been met.
Clause is hiring!
We are hiring a new Staff Engineer to code, coach, and grow our US team. Apply online. We are looking for a remote candidate based in the US, in eastern timezone.
- As the staff software engineer at Clause, you will lead the development of key features on our groundbreaking platform for connected contracts.
- You will have a proven track record of working on a complex SaaS product and leading a team of engineers to build web solutions that customers love.
- Alongside the Chief Scientist, you will be the most senior engineer in our US team; you will report to the Director of Engineering in the UK.
- Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and intersectional individuals are encouraged to apply. Ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other is core to Clause’s values. We welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and a pleasant and supportive place to work.
Learn more about Clause’s commitment to diversity and inclusion in the article Pride 2020 by Jolene Langlinais on the Clause blog.