Use the Schwartz - New QuantumListing Feature: Private Notes
I am a big fan of the Star Wars movies, and a big fan of Mel Brooks. Spaceballs is right up there with the best of his spoofs. If you haven't seen the movie, its version of the Force is called the Sch...
I am a big fan of the Star Wars movies, and a big fan of Mel Brooks. Spaceballs
is right up there with the best of his spoofs. If you haven't seen the movie, its version of the Force is called the Schwartz. And I can't help it, anytime I meet anyone name Schwartz, I think of Spaceballs, and naturally, one of its catchphrases, "Use the Schwartz
What does any of that have to do with QuantumListing
and its new Private Notes feature. I was on the phone with Steven Schwartz of SB Schwartz
in Queens, NY recently. I was wearing my Perlmutter Properties hat and we were talking about a deal in Staten Island for one of his customers. We've had previous conversations about QuantumListing, and during the course of the call, he said that a private note feature would be something that he would be interested in seeing added to the website. I thought it was a good idea and the tech team started to implement it. The first iteration of it is now available on the site. You have to be registered and logged in to use it.
If you don't have the 42 seconds to watch the video below, here's all you have to do to use the private notes feature.
- Go to QuantumListing.com and make sure you are logged in
- Tap on the card of the listing you want to add a note to. It does not have to be one of your own listings.
- When the property detail page opens, look for the Notes icon on the right side of the screen.
- Tap on that, add your note, click Done.
- To review your note later, go to your Profile page, look for the My Notes menu option, click on that and select the appropriate listing card. You can also edit or delete your note from here.
Here's a short Youtube video that show's you how to use it:
I hope you find this new feature useful. Even though it is officially called Private Notes, for me it will always be the Schwartz. If you have suggestions on how to improve it (I've already got a few in mind), please let me know. And if you have a feature you'd like to see added, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 914-470-5719.
And please, use the Schwartz.