In true Boston Logic fashion, we’ve been continuing to improve our product and want to let you know all about our updates for the month.
Path: Admin > Settings > Feed & SSO Settings > VHT Settings
VHT allows agents to augment their listings by adding high quality photos and virtual tours that are above and beyond what is supported by the MLS. If this feed is setup it allows BL clients to sign into the VHT system and see a list of their exclusive listing which they can augment. Those changes will then automatically feed back into their BL website and admin.
When you share a listing on our system to Facebook or Twitter it will now pull the main image and appropriate information in a pleasing and well formatted manner rather than a random image.
Path: Admin > CMS > Blog > New Post
When a user is adding a blog post on the BL system they can now edit the Meta Description and Meta Title to the post.
Path: Admin > Property > Sales Search > Property Detail > Edit Exclusive Info
Users can now edit their exclusive properties when they search for them in the admin sales search.
Path: Agent Admin > CMS > Pages
Agents can now have access to elements of the brokerage site as optional menu items on their agent site. Agents will have access to the following pages by selecting them in the CMS section of their agent sites
Path: Admin > Settings > Configuration > Chat Integrations > Contact At Once
For clients who are Contact At Once customers they can enter their account info and enable the service on their Boston Logic site.
Leads from One Cavo can now be passed into our system through an inbound email parser.
Path: Admin > Leads > Lead Detail > Send Message
When a user is sending a message to a lead or a contact they can style that message by choosing any marketing template available to them.
Path: Admin > Reports > Market insights > Edit > Show Property Listings on Market Insight Page
Users can uncheck the “Show Property Listings on Market Insight Page” box to remove active and sold listing from the Marketing Insights display.
Thats what went down in April. Check back soon and see what we’ve been working on in May!