Updated: 1 March 2021

Listing Management: Manage your listings more efficiently with enhanced monitoring tools

As a property agent, we understand how important it is to monitor your listings' performance, so you can take quick actions to improve them.

Effective 1st March 2021, our Listing Management page with enhanced monitoring tools will be rolled out in staggered release to help you better manage your listings.

With these new enhancements, you can now manage your listings more efficiently and focus on listings that require your immediate attention.

Whether you’re accessing via your desktop or mobile AgentNet web, we want to make your listing management experience as consistent and seamless as possible!

Here’s what you can expect:

1. New filters and sort function
With new filters and sorters, you can now find and sort your listings based on listing status, listing type, property name, Premium Features and listing performance.

You can also select a combination of filter types to narrow down your search.

2. Premium Features tag
With these color-coded actionable buttons, you can now easily identify listings which are activated with Premium Features.

That's not all, these buttons will turn orange to inform you when your listings’ Premium Features are expiring or due for renewal in 3 days time (available for Repost, Auto-Repost, Spotlight and Feature It).

3. Listing details
You can now see your listings’ Creation and Last Reposted dates on your listing card.

4. Listing issues
Orange indicator to draw your attention and inform you of specific issues with your listings so you can have them fixed right away.

Visit your Listing Management page now!

Should you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Customer Service at enquiries@propertyguru.com.my

Alternatively, you can start a ‘live’ chat via the red button on the bottom-right of your AgentNet desktop or mobile web.

That’s all for this update! Look out for more – as part of our Partner360 promise to you, we’re committed to always improving for you.

Did this answer your question?