Getting Started

Insight is Catalyst’s innovative e-discovery platform, engineered for the demanding requirements of modern litigation. Use this Documentation Center to find information on a wide range of features. Within your site, the features available to you depend on your permissions.

To log into Insight, use the link provided by your administrator, or go to the Catalyst website: www.catalystsecure.com. At the top of the page, click Login, and then Login to Insight.

You will be prompted for your Username and Password. Catalyst occasionally provides important notices through the login interface.

Browser Information

Access to Insight requires the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on a PC or Mac computer. Using any other browser or device (tablet, iPad, phone, etc.) may result in unexpected behavior and/or system errors. Insight is blocked from opening in Internet Explorer.

Clearing the Cache

We encourage you to clear your browser's cache after new releases of Insight.

In Chrome, go to the Chrome Settings button at the top right-hand side of the page. Click to Settings, and then scroll down to Clear Browsing Data. Next, select Clear browsing data. Select Cached Images and Files check box, and then click Clear Data.

In Firefox, click the View History, Saved Bookmarks and More button at the top right-hand side of the page. Click History, and select Clear Recent History. Firefox prompts you to chose the activities you want to clear and the date range. Select the Cache check box, and then click Clear Now.

Working in Multiple Sites

If you need to work in more than one site in Insight, you can do this using the Incognito Window feature. Click the New incognito window in the Chrome Settings menu. You can also use the keyboard shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+N.

If you use Firefox, click File and select New Private Window.

Viewing PDFs

Chrome provides a built-in reader for viewing PDF records from within the browser. Chrome supports the Adobe Acrobat Plugin as well.

Firefox browser uses your default PDF viewer, such as Adobe Reader.