In today's training, I will explain the "Files" tab of Realvolve. You can load Image files, documents, spreadsheets and power point presentations which are associated with the contact. Use drag and drop into the marked area or click the same location to display the file selection screen to attach the files. Each file can be classified with a tag as it is loaded by selecting the tag before hand. Click on the Tags button to choose a filter tag to be displayed and uploaded in the files area. Choose the Tags option of All will view all files.
Once the file or files have been loaded, you can click on the File name to change it if needed or add a more detailed description of the file. Clicking on the blue icon to the left of the file allows that file to be opened and viewed in a new browser window or tab. Clicking on the icon removes the selected file from the assigned contact.
Ok - Not sure - what has happened - maybe its pulling info from emails send to rv transaction email. But I have a lot of things that I want to delete. It says I have 475. Some look like duplicates. This is where we need basic computer commands and a display that shows a lot more info on screen. I need to be able to sort date, file type, file name and then be able to do a block selection with shift key (mark beginning and ending of a list) or mark individual sections with control button for deletion. RV too slow for me to delete one at a time. - Will add to feature request.
I'm curious if some/many users will upload all of the documents/disclosures related to their transaction along the way or at the close of escrow. I back up my computer nightly, so for the most part I feel safe, but I wouldn't mind having one safeguard location where I know their files are stored...
And to Brett's point above, it really looks like deleting mass files would be pretty time consuming since there isn't a "mark all" or check boxes in front of each file that you can mass select and then delete.
We're actually in the process of tying into Google Drive and Dropbox as we all as One Drive to make file tracking better until we change our own file system.
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