Work with documents
Storing all documents in one place helps you and your team to access up-to-date information and stay in control of customer relations.
No matter where you are in SuperOffice CRM, you can create or upload a new document by clicking New on the top bar and selecting Document. You can also create and upload new documents from the New button in the Top bar.
Documents can be letters, quotations or memos, and they can be displayed in several places in SuperOffice CRM.
|Company||Activities||All documents linked to the active company|
|Contact||Activities||All documents linked to the active contact|
|Sale||Activities||All documents linked to the active sale|
|Project||Activities||All documents linked to the active project|
|Diary||Activities||All uncompleted documents plus those marked as completed after you last logged in to SuperOffice CRM.|
|Selection||Documents||A selection of documents|
To open and examine an existing document, double-click the required row on the section tab.
Standardize your documents
When working with customers, there are often documents that you create and send out repeatedly. Usually they contain the same basic elements, but different content. By creating your own templates, you can be certain that the documents your employees create all look the same.
You can add any type of document template to SuperOffice CRM, whether it is a contract, a quotation, a project description, or your own version of the Privacy confirmation email.
Creating templates for frequently used documents and making them available for everyone will save your CRM users' time and ensure the unified look across your organization.
In SuperOffice CRM, you can easily create document templates for Word, Email, Excel, PowerPoint and other file types.
Benefits of creating document templates
Everyone saves time whenever they create a new document, because they do not have to enter information that is typically repeated in each document, such as customer name and address. By using template variables, SuperOffice CRM will automatically add the customer's information when you create your next document.
You make sure that your contacts receive documents that have a unified, professional look, including your logo and corporate identity.
You ensure that all users can access and use legal text that is important to your business, such as terms and conditions and similar.
You can even create lists and find companies that have a document template in common.
How SuperOffice CRM selects the correct language template
SuperOffice CRM has multiple default templates available in 12-16 languages depending on the template type. This includes email templates and GDPR templates (12 languages).
To ensure that you can communicate with your clients in their own language (where possible), SuperOffice CRM will automatically perform a language check to determine which language temple to use. Relevant when sending out invitation emails, and when notifying new contacts that their details were saved. For GDPR related communication, this is also an requirement.
- Is a preferred language set for the contact? Is a template is available in this language?
- Can the contact's country be mapped to a corresponding language?
- What is the preferred document language for the logged-in user, and is a template available in this language?
- What is the user interface language for the logged-in user, and is a template available in this language?
- If no language is found, the English template is used.