- New Property Profile Sections
- Executive Summary
- SWOT Analysis
The new Executive Summary section of the Property Profile page is a section that allows users to add/edit/delete written content about each property in their portfolio. This section provides important business context about each property that compliments the financial and leasing data already being presented in Waypoint.
Important Features to Note:
- Max of 10,000 Characters per Property
- Any user with property level access can add/edit/delete content in the Executive Summary
- Users can see who last edited the Executive Summary by hovering over the "edit" icon in the header.
Image showing the Executive Summary in "Editor" Mode.
Tooltip showing the Last Edited Information:
Waypoint has added a New SWOT Analysis Feature to help with your annual business planning. This feature is completed at the property level and is located on the Property Profile Page of each asset. This is not a stagnant SWOT Analysis, you can add and edit SWOT items for multiple years and see how your property's competitiveness within its market has changed over time.
Given that this is a feature that requires user input, the default view will look like this. You can add SWOT items in each section by clicking the "Plus" Button or by clicking the "Add a _____" Button (only in the empty state).
Clicking the "Plus" Button will open a modal that allows you to add the required information for submitting a new SWOT Item.
A completed SWOT Analysis might look like this. On the upper right-hand side of the feature, you can select one or multiple years. The years available in that dropdown are dependent on the years for which you have SWOT Items, so if you want to see Strengths from 2020, you need to first add the strengths from 2020 and then 2020 will be available in that dropdown. If multiple years of SWOT are selected, they will display sorted in descending order.
SWOT Items can be sorted within their year, by dragging and dropping them in the desired order. This order is visible to everyone that has access to the property.