Propertyware has taken the functionality of the Dashboards a step further by allowing wide mini-table style Dashlets with click-through linked entries.
What does the mini-table with more available columns mean to you?
- Having all key performance indicators in one place to see
- Staying organized
- Saving time
- Clicking an entry to go to a specific page
Still, not sure?
To get the most out of this functionality, I am going to demonstrate how I enhanced three of my favorite Dashlets.
Dashlet #1 — Account Receivable
The five most important things to track on an Account Receivable Dashlet are the payee name, amount owed, amount charged, amount due date, and the account number. Now my mini-table provides me with all the information I need. I can click a tenant’s name to see details of unpaid charges.
Dashlet #2 — Prospects
With the new enhancement, it is so easy to see prospect names, contact information, campaigns, screening status, and assigned team members all in one place. I can add this Dashlet to users responsible for taking care of calling and moving-in prospects. They can check the status of screening result and with just a click convert the prospect into tenant. Easy!
Dashlet #3 — Service Requests
My Service Request Dashlet is designed to give users in maintenance roles visibility into open service requests. The ability to click on entries means they can go to the portfolio, unit, or building page view and see the maintenance history.
- Vendor restriction settings to control your vendor information
- Total row for columns in Portfolio Historical Balance report
- Push to Enterprise Locations button for Enterprise users to copy detail reports to all site locations
- Ability to highlight first returned result in Portfolio Search
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