In January, the Supreme Court’s trial court technology staff launched a new version of the mycase.in.gov website. The goal is simple: provide a mobile-friendly site to the public for searching cases and a platform for offering more services in the future.
The site still needs work, and because it’s tapped into such a large and varied database, it was launched as a beta (work in progress) to solicit input from users.
Within the first week, more than 300 people provided feedback. Members of the public, press, attorneys, title search companies and other businesses provided their feedback that will directly impact future improvements.
Anyone who would like to participate in the beta and offer feedback, it’s simple: log on to mycase.in.gov, try the new search, and then take the survey by clicking on the “tell us what you think” link in the introduction.