Here at Lone Wolf, we have always believed in the idea of connected technology. Whether through integrations or inherent connections, it’s all made with the intention of making your life in real estate simpler—of improving your experience and the client experience, too.
Part of building an end-to-end platform is that it’s never truly finished. There are always improvements to make, changes to implement, details that can smooth out wrinkles that weren’t necessarily there before.
With that, we’re excited to share that an improvement is coming to both editions of Transactions: an all-new global header.
What is the global header?
Though a product’s header often fades into the background, it’s an essential part of using any software. It’s your navigation menu, made to help you find the resources you need.
The new global header is an improvement on the existing headers within Transactions (zipForm Edition) and Transactions (TransactionDesk Edition). It brings a new look and feel to the solutions you know, and is designed to help you move around and access the tools you use frequently even better than before.
It’s also designed to bring together the many solutions in the Lone Wolf family through a unified visual identity. You might recognize the header as the same style you’d see in any of your other Lone Wolf solutions.
It’s not just a visual change.
This new global header, carefully designed following best practices for user experiences, combines form and function—and includes some changes to help you use Transactions more efficiently.
In both editions of Transactions, you’ll notice that your settings, help, and profile section, including logging in and out, have all been organized on the right-hand side of the header—and you’ll notice some differences based on your edition, as well.
What’s different in Transactions (zipForm Edition)?
For those who have signed up for it, you’ll now find EliteAgent in its own dropdown. Because EliteAgent includes plenty of frequently used tools for agents, this makes it easier for agents to access those tools. Every second saved adds up—and that’s time you can use to focus on bigger priorities!
What’s different in Transactions (TransactionDesk Edition)?
Users can now find templates and clauses in the left panel—which means they’re readily accessible when you need them, and are no longer buried within your settings.
We’ll introduce the new global header to both editions of Transactions on a state-by-state basis, and will give you a heads-up ahead of time when your launch is coming up. Stay tuned for more information!