1. Introduction

Logging in

As is the case for each tutorial, you need to login to a special environment for tutorials and testing: https://sandbox.clausebase.com. This environment is completely separated from the environment (such as https://app.clausebase.com or https://nl.clausebase.com) where you store your "real content", so as to allow full experimentation without repercussions.

The special tutorials & testing environment has its own login credentials. Please contact your administrator, or a ClauseBase representative, if you have not received these credentials.

About this tutorial

In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of ClauseBase.

We will create a short employment agreement in English and French with alternative clauses. In doing so you will get acquainted with a wide range of functions.

For the purpose of this tutorial, we will only be looking at the basics of some of the features and functionalities of Clausebase so that you can focus on mastering those.

This tutorial takes a deliberately "manual" approach, by asking you to manually create files and type in clauses. ClauseBase actually contains various features (like semi-automatic upload of MS Word files) that removes most of this manual work, such as copying and pasting text. However, for educational purposes, we think it is necessary to go through these manual steps first, before using the automated features — somewhat comparable to how children in primary school have to mathematical calculations by hand before being allowed to use a calculator.
You will be doing a lot of switching back and forth between the pages of this tutorial and ClauseBase, so displaying the two pages on separate monitors, if at all possible, is certainly recommended. If not, separate tabs or windows in your browser will do.

If you're ready, click the hyperlink below to start drafting!

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