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InvestNext Updates: August 2021

August 20, 2021

We're back! This month, our team added some new support features and introduced impactful product updates. Additionally, our team co-hosted another Real Estate At Work meetup, where Brad and Leka interviewed two leaders in the multifamily space.

Keep reading for the details...

InvestNext Mascots: Meet Muna, one of our office cats. She's occasionally seen attending Marketing meetings and enjoys sleeping in laundry baskets.

Product

Custom Domains

Small feature - big impact

We recently added a new feature allowing for Admins to attach and verify custom email domains to their InvestNext portal. This can be used for announcements, personalized emails, and more.

So what's new?!
  • Once a domain is linked and verified all notification emails come from the newly verified email rather than a generic InvestNext address
  • Users can now send email blasts without the concern of recipient caps
Customer Success

Support Articles

More accessible than ever

This month, we've added article search functionality to the In-app InvestNext chat. Support documentation is now offered in three different locations, the website support center, on our dedicated support website, as well as within your InvestNext portal directly via chat.

Team Updates

Now Hiring

Our team continues to expand! Currently, we're on the lookout for candidates to fill the following positions:

  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Senior Full Stack Engineer

Referrals are not only accepted, they're also encouraged! Click here to view our current openings.

Real Estate at Work

This month Brad St Onge co-hosted Real Estate at Work with Leka Devatha of Rehabit Homes. Tune into their interview with Gabriel Hamel & Joshua Ferrari.

https://youtu.be/Ff1-9vYNKXI

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