Introducing the Business Card Scanner Mobile App Update

New Product Update: Business Card Scanner – Mobile App

We’re thrilled to announce our latest update to our Mobile Apps: the Business Card Scanner. Account admins and users can now scan a business card to create a new contact. This update is available on both iOS and Android platforms.

What’s New

  1. Scan business card: Now, you can scan a business card from three different entry points to create a new contact.
  2. Card chips: After scanning the business card, any necessary edits can still be made with help of chips available at the bottom. Just drag the relevant text to the relevant field to rectify any errors.

How It Works

  1. Open the Mobile App: With your preferred account selected.
  2. Start Scanning a Business Card: Choose any of the three entry points:
    • Head over to the contacts page, tap on the “+” icon, and select “Scan Business Card.”
    • Tap on the scan icon on the top right of the contact creation screen.
    • Tap on the bolt quick actions button and select “Scan Business Card.”

  3. Once you have the scanner open, position the business card within the rectangular box. The device will automatically extract the details from the card.
  4. After the scan is completed, users can continue to edit the details using the chips present at the bottom or manually typing with their keyboard.
  5. Once all the details have been captured, hit save to create the contact.

Why It Matters

The addition of the business card scanner will allow users to create contacts in a much more seamless and user-friendly manner. Creating contacts has never been simpler! This feature is designed to save time and reduce manual entry errors, enabling you to focus on nurturing and closing deals. For more tips on nurturing leads, check out our Nurture Solutions.

Availability

  • iOS & Android: Available on HighLevel, LeadConnector, and WhiteLabel mobile apps – v3.74 or later.

Stay connected and streamline your processes effortlessly with this latest update.


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