Navigating The Homepage (Beta)

 

The Homepage will give you access to personalize your contact information, view all of your presentations, and create or edit presentations. Follow the overview below to gain an understanding of the different functions on the Moxi Present Homepage.

 

Navigating the Homepage

The Homepage will give you access to personalize your contact information, view all of your presentations, and create or edit presentations. Follow the overview below to gain an understanding of the different functions on the Moxi Present Homepage.

  1. HELP AND FEEDBACK: This button will let you give us Feedback if you have any feature requests or feedback. This gets sent to our product management team which in turn gets used when we make updates. This Help function will take you to our Help Center which has help documents and video tutorials.
  2. WHAT’S NEW: This button will open up an additional window with information about What’s New since the latest update of the software.
  3. ARCHIVE: Switch to view all archived (inactive) presentations.
  4. START A NEW PRESENTATION: Begin creating a new presentation. Select a Buyer or Seller Presentation.
  5. SORT: Sort all presentations by Date Modified, Date Created, or Name. 



  6. In your ACTIVE PRESENTATIONSeach Presentation will contain the following (see below): 
    Subject Property Photo. 
    b. Client Name. 
    c. Subject Property Address.
    d. Edit.
    e. Created/ Date last modified. 
    f. Additional action items for each presentation.
    g. Two icons indicate the type of presentation.
    h. MLS data associated with this presentation.
    i. Icon to show if presentation has been emailed.  



  7. HELP: Links you to the Support Page with access to all Help Docs and short Tutorial Videos for Moxi Present/TouchCMA (see red arrow below).
  8. CONTACT: Allows you to email our Support Team (see blue arrow below). 
  9. BLOG: Links you to the Moxi Present/TouchCMA Blog (see green arrow below). 
  10. ABOUT: Links you to the About Page for Moxi Present/TouchCMA (see purple arrow below).

 

 

 

 

 

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