Drag and drop a emails into property Tree
Currently when you try to drag and drop an emailed invoice, Property Tree doesn't allow this. You have to save the invoice then drag it from the saved file, just very time consuming.
Melissa Cullen commented
Emails can be saved by printing them to CutePDF and then uploading to PT but this is super time-consuming.
Alicia Forsyth commented
I can drag and drop eg Bond Certificates directly from my Outlook Emails when Property Tree is open in Internet Explorer - but I can't drag and drop when using Property Tree in Chrome??? We have been advised Property Tree works better in Chrome - does anyone else have this issue?
Kym Briscoe commented
I agree! Especially about it being auto saved in the tenants documents
Richardson & Wrench Maitland commented
yes same for letters too, its so time consuming and doubling up, should be able to just print them from Property Tree and P Tree auto saves it in the files.
Georgina Koeninger commented
It would be great to save emails into property tree
Claudia Dale commented
Be able to drag documents and photos from outlook into the documents section of property tree without having to save them first
Alex Stinziani commented
There needs to be a way to save (drag and drop) emails from outlook to the doc management field like filesmart did. It's very time consuming having to save it as a PDF first and then entering it.
AdminEmma Italiano (Admin, PropertyTree) commented
The email thread can also be saved to txt and this will the import.
Alex Riley commented
Given PropertyTree does not have an ingoing/outgoing email function, emails still need to be saved in a property profile to be kept for recording purposes. It would be good if you were able to drag and drop an email from outlook to a property profile in PropertyTree.
This would reduce the amount of time it took to complete this task and would make the process much simpler to ensure records were retained correctly. Currently you must print the email to a PDF, save the PDF to your desktop and then upload as a document in PropertyTree.