Connect Magazine May/June 2019 - Page 12

New Form Simplicity Launched BY FLORIDA REALTORS ® A s you have probably noticed, Form Simplicity creating a transaction will be smoother, with colorful launched its redesigned application for Florida buttons that are easy to identify, and an expanding Realtors in late April. The new interface was page to view all information at once. ® designed to improve the user experience. WHAT’S NEW Form Simplicity continues to offer all the great features • Upcoming Tasks Your upcoming tasks are color-coded, and available on the home page for easy access. • Useful Tools you already love. The improvements were made to the user Quickly locate the button to add a contact, create interface, which was redesigned to be easier to navigate, to clauses and more--right from the home page. be ADA compliant and to have a Responsive Web Design for a better mobile user experience. HOW TO LOG IN NEW INTERFACE FloridaRealtors.com or your local Board/MLSs intranet The new design makes the application’s interface more user Log in as you normally do, via Forms.FloridaRealtors.org, where available. friendly and maximizes the available screen area. There Try the New, Redesigned View: Once logged in to are four key sections in the Home page: Menu, Recent Form Simplicity, click on the orange “Try It” button Transactions, Upcoming Tasks and Useful Tools. under the folder icons, or the red “Try Your New Form • Menu The navigation menu has been grouped so that on the “Continue to the New Form Simplicity” button. there are fewer tabs while retaining access to all the The redesigned application is now available to our features. members. • Recent Transactions 12 Simplicity” button at the top of the page. Then click Go back to the Current View: Once in the redesigned Your most recent transactions will be visible and view, use the gray “Switch to old view” button located accessible from the home page. You can also create a in the right side of Upcoming Tasks, to go back to the new transaction from the home page, and the flow to current view. RPCRA.ORG | MAY/JUNE 2019