Workflow for adding new properties

8 months 3 weeks ago #47274 by joejoe2016

I looked into the existing posts of the forum but I couldn't find related posts to this topic, so sorry if I overlooked one. ;-)

I would like to know if I understood right the workflow for adding new properties.
1. Super user adds a new user to joomla
2. Super user add the new user to jomres as a manager (=property manager) without assigning any existing properties to him
3. New manager gets mail with the login-details
4. New manager logs in into jomres
5. New manager goes to "new property page"
6. New manager adds his contact details
7. New manager pays subscription or selects the free version
8. New manager adds the new property but it is still unvisible to the public
9. Super user publishes the new property

Is it possible to make step 1 and 2 in one step? Where would I need to adapt jomres/joomla?

3 and 4: Is it possible to direct a new manager that logs in for the first time directly to the "new property page" (this is not the case on my page that I set up using the joomla quick setup) Otherwise I think it's a bit hard for him to find the "new property page"


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8 months 3 weeks ago #47278 by joejoe2016
I think nummber 3 and 4 can be done via the "Login Redirection Page" Setting.

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8 months 3 weeks ago #47282 by Vince Wooll
Some of these steps, you don't need to do yourself.

It'll help you to know that, providing the feature is enabled, any registered user will become a property manager once they've added a property. As a result steps 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 are in the hands of the user. Indeed, they may well have already registered long before they decide to add their property(s).

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8 months 3 weeks ago #47288 by joejoe2016
Hi Vince,
thanks for explaining that to me - that helped.


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