WOLFconnect Front Office Management System as Your Home Page

The WOLFconnect Home Page is a valuable tool that provides Administration, Agents and Staff with important information to keep them current on upcoming events, news and more!  So why not make this your Home Page?

How to make WOLFconnect your Home Page

Your Home Page needs to be set within the internet browser that you use.  Follow the links below for more information on setting up your favourite web browser.

Internet Explorer

Chrome

Firefox

 

 

Populating Valuable Information on your new Home Page

Now that the WOLFconnect Front Office Management System is your Home Page, populating useful information will entice others to do so as well!

When you open up your browser you will still need to log into the WOLFconnect system as usual, however, you can create login links right on your login page to take your company’s favourite sites before even login in.

Use the office News tool to welcome new agent’s or staff, post holiday office hours, congratulate someone on an award or designation or even share an interesting article.

Just like saving favourites to your browser, you can save your office’s favourite office links right on the home page of the WOLFconnect system. Except these links will follow the entire office wherever they have access to the internet!

Do you have an event coming up that you need a head count for? Create an event and use the registration settings to keep track of attendees and even post the expenses to your brokerWOLF.

If you do not have access to these areas of the WOLFconnect system, you may contact your Administrator.

Samantha Barnard

Samantha Barnard

Samantha Barnard is a Customer Implementation Specialist at Lone Wolf.She is a graduate of the Real Estate and Housing Co-op major at the University of Guelph where she had several Co-op placements working for various fields in the Real Estate Industry.In her spare time, Samantha enjoys spending time at the cottage with her friends and family.
Samantha Barnard

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