A record is one entry in the Organizer
In each Organizer, you are creating records for which the Organizer was designed. In Companies Organizer, you can find information about each organization; your company is collaborating with. In Employees Organizer, you can find a list of employees. Each company or employee is a record (entry) in the Organizer. You can also think of them as lines in the Excel sheet or individual documents in your filing cabinet. The organizer, therefore, consists of a list of records (entries). A record and an entry are essentially the same things.
Examples of records in Organizers
- Companies: Audi, BMW, Apple, Tesco
- Employees: John Smith, Samantha Jones, Sarah Allister
- Contracts: Contract #263/2017, Long Term Rental of Office Space Agreement
- Property: Desktop Lenovo, HP Printer 2612
For each record, you can keep information in text-only or attachments and other documents.
Where can you view your records?
Once you open an Organizer, you can see a list of all records (entries) in the Organizer on the left-hand side. On the right-hand-side, you can see details belonging to each record. You can further organize entries in your Organizer depending on their type – they are called Categories.
How to add records into an Organizer?
You have three options. Manually, using the import function or filling it with data from another system.