Thursday, June 11, 2015

New Email Log Makes Locating Messages a Breeze


You care about your residents, so you don’t want to lose your important correspondence with them under a mountain of other emails. That’s why we’ve added a new feature that saves you time when searching for that proverbial needle in the haystack. Our new Email Log is an easy, transparent way to locate your messages, all stored in one place and securely accessible to the staff members you choose to empower.
Our Email Log archives all outgoing emails, both manual and automatic, making it easy to search and retrieve sent messages. You can decide which staff members can look at which messages and even convert archived emails to Word, Excel, or PDF files.
In the future, we will also be releasing an archive for your incoming messages.

Preparing Incident Reports is Now Quick and Easy


Timing is everything when it comes to preparing an incident report. The longer your staff waits, the more likely a minor issue now, like a noise complaint or a medical incident, will turn into a major legal issue later. Having detailed reports available when you need them can prevent frivolous lawsuits and make your building a safer place to live and work.

Safeguard yourself and your staff with a powerful ally: BuildingLink’s newly-launched, hassle-free, and highly flexible Incident Report Module.

Our new module allows your staff to swiftly record information about 27 different types of incidents, including equipment failure, water leaks, and on-site injuries. It’s also easy to use – your staff won’t have any trouble correctly reporting incidents, so you’ll always be prepared if a legal issue pops up in the future.

As always, we’ve added cool customizable features to make this module work for you.
You can:

     Attach a photo or document (e.g. police report) to any incident report
     Require manager sign-off on a document before finalizing it
     Receive automatic notification of incident reports pending your approval
     Search for specific incidents or view patterns of frequently-occurring issues
           
Ready to learn more about the new module? Contact BuildingLink Support via email at support@buildinglink.com or by phone at (877) 501-7117.