Managing a single Property (and all associated Units) assigned to Property Group(s) is done by following the steps below. If multiple Properties need their Property Groups edited, follow the steps in this article.
NOTE: Only a Property is assigned to a Property Group. A Unit cannot be assigned to a Property Group. This is important and differentiated by screenshots below.
Search for the Property or Unit Address using the Search. Select the Unit Address of choice, in this example, 525 University Loop, STE 101.
By default, the Units are displayed in the Search results. When a Unit is selected, it is required to navigate to the Property in order to assign a Property Group. This step demonstrates this navigation. If you have the Property displayed, you can skip to Step 3.
The Unit is displayed which has a navigation link to the Property. The Property (navigation link) and Unit Address are highlighted in the screenshot. Click Property link, in this example, 525 University Loop.
After clicking the Property navigation link, the Property will be displayed as shown in the screenshot. In this example, this Property is already assigned to a Property Group.
NOTE: A Property can be assigned to one or many Property Groups.
Click OPTIONS, click Edit.
From the Property edit dialog, the Property Groups are listed at the top and highlighted in the screenshot. Since a Property can be assigned to multiple Property Groups, you can add (or remove) Property Groups by typing in the highlighted text box which displays a list of available Property Group(s).
To remove a Property Group, click the x next to the Property Group.
Select a Property Group from the list. In this example, South Dakota Properties is selected.
In this example, the screenshot displays the existing Property Group and the newly added South Dakota Properties.
When the edit Property dialog is dismissed, you will see the Property Group(s) reflected in the Property detail view.