Having multiple locations in different states would require different documents such as lease agreements and insurance documents. 6Storage enables you to create your own documents according to your needs and choices.
Previously, you could directly create a document by typing straight into the editor or you could upload a document and edit it further. Nonetheless, there were limitations in restoring alignments from the source document. Now, we have replaced the old HTML editor with a new word editor.
You can only edit documents in the new editor but with fewer efforts possible. Unlike the previous one which converts the uploaded document into an HTML editor, the new editor will keep the alignments from the source document (.docx) in word format and helps you make the document look better.
Head over to Settings > Documents > Move-In Documents. Click Create New Document
Enter the name of the document and upload your source document in .docx format.
Note: You can upload files only in .docx format
As it was in the past, you can see the list of macros at the left sidebar which helps you design the document by adding the required macros which can pull real-time data from your account. You can add the macros -storage name- and -unittype-by dragging them into the draft area, which will include the storage name and unit type in the document.
An example for using the macros, if you want to enable the business logo at the top right of the agreement, you need to drag the -businesslogo- macros and place it at the top right of the draft area.
Once you design the document, select the storage type, storage location, tenant type, and document category from the dropdown. By clicking Preview, you can take a quick peek at the document you have created.
Make sure that the macros, tables, and texts are properly aligned before saving the document.
By clicking Test Mail, you can send the document to an email address for test purposes.
To save the document and start using it for your move-ins, click on Save. To download the created document, click on Download Documents.