Property compliance (in beta)

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The Property Compliance capability in Re-Leased allows property managers to ensure their properties meet regulatory standards and requirements. This feature streamlines the process of tracking, managing, and reporting on property compliance.

Create a single Compliance record

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To quickly create a single compliance record:

  1. Navigate to Property Management > Compliance, or to the Compliance tab in your Property details
  2. Click on + Create Compliance button in the upper right corner.
  3. Fill in the necessary details such as compliance type, checklist items, and required documents.
  4. Attach relevant documents if needed.
  5. Click Save to create the compliance record.

Create a Compliance Type

Compliance types are helpful for categorizing the many different compliances you have to manage. 

To create a new compliance type:

  1. Go to Settings and select Compliance Types under General.
  2. Click on + Create.
  3. Enter the name of the new compliance type.
  4. Click Save to add the new type to your list.

Creating a Compliance Template

Compliance templates are a reusable something where you can pre-define required checklist items and required documents for different compliances. Templates help you create new compliances quickly and in a repeatable manner.


To create a compliance template:

1. From Compliance, navigate to Compliance Templates from the overflow menu on the right.

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2. Select + Create Template.

3. Provide a template name and fill in the necessary details such as compliance type, checklist items, and required documents.

4. Save the template for future use across multiple properties.


Creating multiple compliances by selecting templates from the Property tab

To create multiple compliances using templates:

1. Open the property file and go to the Compliance tab.

2. Click on + Create Compliance and then select Create Bulk Compliance.

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3. Choose the desired templates from the list.

4. The system will auto-populate the fields based on the template, and you can make any necessary adjustments by editing the individual records.

5. Save each compliance record. 



You may hear from time to time that our engineering team are working on a new feature that is "in Beta", or being "Beta tested". But what this means isn't clear to everyone. Read on to find out more!

Why does Re-Leased use Beta testing?

Beta testing is a stage in our software development lifecycle where our engineers have completed work on a new feature to a point where they'd like to get it in some of our customers hands to try it out. This is an opportunity for the early users (or "Beta testers") to test out the new feature, and give us feedback on what's working well and what's not, as well as any further or extended functionality that could be useful.   

However because it is brand new functionality, we only want a small group of customers using it at first. The reason for this is twofold:

  1. We want to validate that what we've built is solving problems for our customers. We want feedback quickly! So if we hear that what we've built and released to Beta testers isn't quite right, we can change this & test the improvements quickly, without making disruptive changes for everybody. 
  2. The feature may still be slightly unstable, so we want to see how it performs with a small group of test users. If the software can't handle the load, we'd rather it broke for a small group than for everybody, so we can improve the performance quickly with minimal disruption.

I am using a Beta feature - what does this mean for me?

If you're using a feature that is in Beta, these are the things to keep in mind:

  1. You're getting the first opportunity to try a new feature! This means you're getting the earliest possible chance to get the value this feature provides.
  2. We'll be asking you for feedback! Don't be surprised if you get an email from us, or see a prompt for an in-app survey. We want to hear how it going, and this is your chance to help shape what we build.
  3. Its not finished! Typically we'll release the smallest possible version of a feature to Beta, and will continue adding more functionality and polish. So don't be surprised if the Beta feature changes (hopefully for the better)!
  4. It might break! As mentioned above, one of the reasons we use Beta testing is to minimize the risk of what happens if a new feature breaks. So this might happen! But please do report any bugs you notice, and we will fix them as soon as possible.

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