Saving Documents & Favourites in Nimbus®
Once I’ve found a building that I’m interested in, I can see the left-hand side panel, so I’ve clicked this one down here. I can see in the left-hand side panel the information that sits alongside that. If I want to then save that and re-access that at a later time, what I can do is, I can go down to the left-hand side here, I can share that title I want to, so I can copy and paste that, and email that across to a colleague or a friend or my sister maybe, to say I’m interested in this particular building, or my agent, or something like that. But I can also add that to my favourites so I can put it into here and I can say, “Interesting site I found in Oxford” and I can then click “Save” and from that, what it’ll do is it’ll pop that into my favourites section at the top right-hand corner here.
I can go to my “Managed Accounts” section. Here I can see the details around my particular account. I’ve got the preferences, et cetera. I’ve then got the documents. I was doing a previous two-minute tip and this is the leases that I’ve downloaded, I can go back and get another copy of those if I want to and see any … Here I can see the associated documents on that particular register that I bought previously. Then under the “Favourites” section here, I can see that site that I’ve just put into there. I can see the interesting site I found in Oxford and note that I just submitted onto that particular property a second ago.
I can then build this up across the various buildings I am looking at and the various areas that I’m searching, and I can then click “Download” and I’ll pop it into Excel for me to give me any kind of corporate ownership as part of that output, then we can then start writing letters off the back of that if we want to. So all very quick and very simple. Then we’ve also got any invoices that have come through, copies of those in the “invoices” section as well.
So all very quick and very simple through Nimbus Maps Essentials.
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