File Library | File Storage

Each Property, Tenant, Owner, and Vendor profile includes a File Library that allows you to upload and store all types of files such as documents, pictures, and voice messages.

File Library Access and Options

In addition to each Tenant, Property, Owners, and Vendor File Library , you have a master account File Library where all files reside. 

In your Rentec Direct account: 

  1. Click Settings.
  2. Under the Tools section choose File Library
  3. In the File Library you can do the following actions: 
    1. Sort files by file name, date, or size by clicking the top heading.

      Tip: Clicking twice reverses the order. 
    2. Click the dropdown next to the filter to select the subject of the search: All Files, People & Properties, Properties, Tenants, Owners, Vendors, or Transactions
    3. Start entering more specific details of what you're searching for. As you type in the filter, any items containing those letters, numbers, or symbols will start to display.
    4. Right-click any file for additional options to:
      1. Preview
      2. Download
      3. Rename
      4. Rotate image 
      5. Share a file (File Share) 
      6. Delete File
    5. To add a document to the file library, click the Upload File button

More information on file-sharing can be found here: Sharing Files

System Note

Each file uploaded into the Rentec Direct software can be up to 32MB in size, however, your computer, browser or internet connection may not allow you to upload files large than 25MB.

The system allows the following file types: 

  • jpg
  • png
  • GIF
  • TXT
  • PDF
  • DOC and DOCX
  • ZIP
  • XLS
  • WAV
  • MP3 and MP4
  • WMV
  • M4A
  • MPG
  • RTF
  • ODT
  • TIF and TIFF
  • BMP
  • XLSX and XLSM
  • MOV
  • CSV
  • PSD
  • XML
  • JAR
  • 7z and RAR file types 

TipIf you're attempting to upload photos that are in a .jpeg format, you will want to change them to a .jpg format before uploading. 

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