The Import Wizard allows you to import data into a module. You can import just about any spreadsheet once you get it into the proper format. In this webinar, we will be going over all of the import settings and also learn some tips and tricks for importing and exporting data.
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In Ivinex, filters are found in a great many places and today we will be learning how to build a variety of filters to get the most out of the Ivinex system. Even if you are an advanced Ivinex user, you will learn a trick or two from this webinar.
The display colors tool is a simple system for creating visual color differences between records that appear in record list windows.
The print labels functionality in Ivinex is used to generate printed labels based on the data in one of your data modules.
The Zip Code Lookup Feature is used to populate other address fields in a data record with a click of a button. This feature will help speed up the process of entering address information into a record.
This article specifies the API for interfacing with Ivinex.
There may come a time when you need to delete a large number or all of your records in a data module. It is possible to delete each one by hand (one at a time), but there is a better way. The mass delete tool allows you to delete all or a whole segment of Full Article…
So you have a bunch of records that all need to be updated and you don’t have time to click every record, add some data, and click the update button. This process would be much easier if we could update all the records at the same time. Lucky for us, the Mass Update tool does Full Article…
The Chrome Data VIN Decoder feature is used to communicate with the 3rd party Chrome Data service for real-time VIN look-ups in your Ivinex system.
Ivinex defines relationships between records using “links”. Links between records are created a few different ways, which results in a few different kinds of links. Embedded An embedded link is created when you use a LINKED RECORD field on a tab. Related A related link is created when you use the “Displayed Related Items” section in the Full Article…