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JoeRagona

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Hey guys,

I have been hard at work analyzing more than 40 - 50 properties in the last couple weeks. Because the areas are so targeted, I am finding that I am analyzing many properties on the same street in competition with each other with slightly different numbers.

Since it`s so quick and easy to use the software to do this, I thought that I could keep the analyzed properties in the queue for a while before actually archiving them (that is probably the way to filter)

What I suggest, is to have a checkbox that allows me to choose my favourite 2 or 3 so I can go see them.

Or, should I just throw all the ones that don`t really fit right now into the archive and then if needed pull them back out with the new unarchive button?

Joey
 

GarthChapman

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Hi Joey,

We designed the Archive feature to be your filter. I suggest you archive the ones that don`t fit your model. You can always un-archive them later.
 

JoeRagona

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QUOTE (GarthChapman @ Aug 18 2008, 12:24 PM)
Hi Joey,



We designed the Archive feature to be your filter. I suggest you archive the ones that don't fit your model. You can always un-archive them later.




Thanks Garth, that works just as well except that I cannot see the properties that are 'maybe' not fitting the system 'yet'/ I just have to remember to look in that section. No worries.



Maybe a suggestion would be to have two windows on the analyzer viewing the archives beside the current - ie, they just list in different windows.