All week we’ve posted about the new enhancements coming up for Keystone, but there are more updates than there are days in this work-week, and today is a holiday! In honor of the day, let’s celebrate your upcoming independence from having to do the following in Keystone:
1. Staying up late to submit a listing. No more will you have to wait until the right time to click the Submit button, especially if it’s past your bedtime. With the Submit Later button, you’re able to schedule your listing to submit on a date up to 14 days in the future.
2. Hunting everywhere for the field/picklist option you need. A new Find A Field box will be added to the top of the Listing Add/Edit screen to help you find fields and picklist options quickly. You type in the name you’re searching for, and fields/picklist items will appear in a drop-down menu. Hover over the term for a quick definition or click the term to jump to where the item is located.
Note: Any fields that are mandatory will display in red if they have not been filled in yet.
3. Filling in every piece of Open House information for the same listing each time you schedule an Open House. The ability to copy over Open House information is coming. You’ll have everything filled in but the new date!
4. Waiting for what might feel like an eternity for your listing to open so you can edit it. New Keystone updates will reduce the amount of time it takes to “checkout” your listing.
We hope you’ll enjoy these great new updates that are just around the corner. While they won’t greatly impact your current workflow, they will help save you some time and frustration. Make sure you read all of the posts from this week for more information on each of the updates – Attached Document Counts (in Keystone AND Matrix), the option to auto-populate Schools Information, Listing Alert Emails, and new Rental Fields.
Have a safe and fun July 4th everyone! The MRIS Support Center is open today from 8:30am to 5pm and can be reached by phone, email or chat. Visit MRIS.com/Support for contact information.