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For office administrators considering e-commuting options, there are a number of practical options we can support you with.
Remote desktop options such as TeamViewer, AnyDesk, Splashtop and LogMeIn allow you to connect and control your office workstation remotely from your home PC. If you have access to your office Router we can also configure Microsoft Remote Desktop (target requires Windows 10 Pro, Ultra Fast Broadband recommended).
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Microsoft Remote Desktop setup guide:
Cloud storage is ideal for when you have folders and files you need to share or access remotely or from multiple devices. The most popular services are Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
Teleconference and group messaging
Google Duo https://duo.google.com/about/
Simple high quality video calls for tablets, computers, and iOS / Android mobile devices. Login using your phone number.
Skype / Skype for Business Basic https://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/download/details.aspx?id=49440
Support for up to ten participants for video conferencing. Multiple platform clients available.
Facebook Messenger https://www.messenger.com/
Ideal for group chat messaging with support for group calling.
If your office is running SalesPartner-Cloud we can allocate additional seats or provision extra devices (Notebooks, desktop and tablets) depending on your requirements. There are also hybrid options for non-cloud deployments such as backup and restore with shared folders to sync photos, reports, and letters automatically.
SalesPartner-Cloud is scalable from economical virtual desktops for individuals and teams, through to multi-office shared instances for admin as well as salespeople.
When you are sending group SMS messages the progress, delay timer, and sent/failure counts are displayed in a single window.
Fixed an error which could appear when you closed SalesPartner after editing a listing's details during the session.
Added support for calling via Android HTTP2Phone app from SalesPartner. This Hot-desk ready feature lets you dial SalesPartner contacts hands-free from your PC.
Requirements: HTTP2Phone must be installed on your Android mobile, and either open or running in the background. Your phone must be connected to the same WiFi network as your PC, in order to receive instructions. In Contact Entry, Details, click on the Phone icon and select Call Using: HTTP2Phone. Under Settings, check that the IP address matches the address shown in the HTTP2Phone app on your device. Click Call to dial the number.
HTTP2Phone is a proprietary Android app developed to relay SMS text messages from your PC via SalesPartner. SMS is an effective communication vector with advantages over telemarketing and email.
How it works
Your contacts are entered into SalesPartner on your PC. Your Android mobile must be connected to the same WiFi network as your PC so that your phone can receive the instructions from your computer.
When you open HTTP2Phone on your mobile, you'll see your device's unique IP address. This address is entered in SalesPartner on your PC so it knows where to send the commands.
Part 1: Sending a message to one person
Ensure your phone is connected to the same WiFi network as your PC. This is essential for the phone to receive instructions from SalesPartner. Open HTTP2Phone on your phone and note the phone's IP address. Normally it will be similar to 192.168.1.1:8080. If your phone's IP address is 0.0.0.0:8080, that means your phone is not connected to WiFi.
In SalesPartner, open Contact Entry and enter yourself as a contact. Click Send SMS.
Under Send Via... select SMS Sender then under Android Settings ensure the IP matches the IP address shown in your phone. The port number 8080 is specified underneath the IP address.
Enter a test message in the lower right panel then click Send to This Contact.
SalesPartner will remember your phone's IP address for future sessions but it may change from time to time depending on the number of devices in your network.
The recipient's activity is automatically recorded with the message saved in the description field.
Question: When I import listings from Trade Me, how do I ensure that my existing listings are not overwritten?
Answer: In the Trade Me Listings Downloader, under Listing Options select Add New Listings. This will preserve any changes you have made to your downloaded listings, instead of overwriting them.
Question: Can I download more than one suburb's listings at a time?
Answer: Yes, using the TradeMe downloader select Multiple Listings, open the Suburb ID tab. Lookup your preferred suburb tick the checkbox to include Adjacent Suburbs (tick this setting before you click Find Listings). In addition to your chosen suburb, the listings from neighbouring suburbs will also be imported.
Question: Can I export listings to Microsoft Excel?
Answer: Yes, in Gallery select the listings you wish to export then click Tools, Export Listings.
Under Available Fields, expand the categories and double-click the fields you wish to export. Some recommended fields include:
Click OK to continue and save your MS Excel compatible CSV spreadsheet.
When a listing is sold here are the steps to change the listing's status in SalesPartner.
Click into the listing and open the Listing tab. Drop down the status options and select Confirmed / SOLD.
Enter the contract Date, Sale Price and Selling Agent ID. Then click Create Sales Record
In Gallery click Refresh if the sold listing is still showing under Available. You can access the listing information via the Sold tab or through Sales.
Notes for website uploads
Trade Me: The listing must be withdrawn manually via https://www.trademe.co.nz/mytrademe
Realestate.co.nz: Complete a normal batch upload with the sold listing excluded - it will be removed automatically once the feed is processed (twice daily, typically by 3pm for uploads completed prior to 11am and by midnight for uploads completed after 3pm).
REAXML including Homes.co.nz, Neighbourly, OneRoof.co.nz, Hougarden: The sold listing must be uploaded with it's new status via the Sold tab in Gallery. Select it normally and upload via the web publishing icon. Note that partial uploads are accepted for REAXML feeds.