Mutation management

In addition  to being a communication tool, YouRENT is also a task management tool.

You can create tasks for any object or document. YouRENT will remind you when these tasks need to be performed.

You can also assign tasks to your collaborators.

To create a task, from an object:

  1. Click on the "Schedule activity" link in  chatter box.

  2. Select the type of task, describe the task if necessary, set a due date and select the person to assign if it is not you.

The task will then be sent to the person concerned and will be displayed at the top of the chatter box.
When the task is finished, the person who executed it will only have to mark it as done and make comments. A trace of this task will be kept forever in the chatter box.

Mutation table

The great organization of a property manager goes through an equally great organization of his tenant mutations.

It is, in fact, when things change that there are activities worth realizing.

In order to facilitate your life, YouRent created a table of dynamic mutations purposefully to manage the tenant mutations in the most professional and efficient way possible.

Automated activities

You ought to start determining the typical activities linked to each mutation.
In YouRent, click on the "Configuration" menu, then "Automated Activities"

You will then see the activities suggested by default by YouRent and you will have the possibility to create a new activity by clicking on the "create" button.

You can define the following fields:

  1. Activity: type of activity to create

  2. Summary: short description of the activity

  3. Linked model: the model linked to this automated activity

  4. Linked field: the field that we will use to determine whether this activity should be automatically created 

  5. Field value: The value that the field must have for this new activity to be created

  6. Auto  done: If this field is checked, when the saving value no longer corresponds to that of the automated task, the activity will be automatically considered as finished.

When the tenancy changes its value, if the new value corresponds to that of the automated activity, an activity is automatically created.

If you go to the Tenancy menu > Mutations, you will, in a blink of an eye, be able to examine all of your activities with color codes allowing you to see their status: