Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Social media links for your Flex website

If you have various business social media profiles you can link them on your Flex website to make it easier for your prospective clients to find you.

Currently, you can link your the following platforms to display on your website:

  • Google +
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Youtube
  • Pinterest
  • Blogger

Screenshot of social media icons on a Flex website

Contact our support staff to request a new profile to be linked to your website

Friday, May 26, 2017

Additional fields supported for Property24

We now support the following additional property fields to Property24 from within the OMS and Sync:

  • Kitchen Features
  • Security Features
  • Garden Features
  • Pets Allowed
  • Flatlet
If you have marked these fields, or entered descriptions in them, simply save the property details again and it will update to Property24.

#OMS_QuickTip - Adding a virtual tour

As the quality of online listings continuously improves, many real estate agents are left wondering how they can ensure their listing stands out from the rest - and at Entegral, we like to offer solutions to your real estate problems.

This is where virtual tours come in! And with the OMS you can link any virtual tour to your properties! This includes 3D virtual tours from Matterport (

Screenshot of a Flex powered website listing with a virtual tour

Your virtual tours will be integrated on your fully responsive Flex real estate website once you have followed this step-by-step guide on how to add virtual tours: Adding external videos, virtual tours & links

Monday, May 8, 2017

New landlord contact type on listings

We've added landlord as contact type to new and existing property listings on the OMS:

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

#OMS_QuickTip : Email Phishing Safety

While we take every step to ensure your email safety, it does occasionally happen that spam emails do slip through.

Firstly it is important to know the key characteristics of phishing emails:

The email asks for your personal information - In a phishing email, the ultimate goal is to obtain your personal information, such as your bank account numbers, credit card numbers, passwords, and more. They do this by crafting their messages to instill a sense of urgency to take action immediately. No matter how convincing or official an email message might look, it’s important to remember that if it asks for your personal information, this is a sign that the email could very well be fake, and should be ignored.

Check for inconsistencies in the links - Phishing emails will usually try to convince you to click on links in their message, so they can take you to their own custom page and have you voluntarily divulge your personal information. Before clicking on any link, hover over the link with your mouse cursor to see where it goes. If the email is supposedly from, say,, but hovering over a link gives you a different address, this a sign that the email could very well be fake, and should be ignored.

When in doubt, verify with the sender directly - If the email passes the tests above but you still feel uncomfortable about it, go with your instincts. Contact the sender directly through a different channel (for example, by calling them directly) and ask if the email is legitimate.

Once a message has been discovered it is important for you to check the email’s message headers for the Return Path. If it is not from a sender you traditionally deal with please contact our support desk to blacklist the entire domain. If it is a major provider (,, etc.) it is better to only blacklist the email address, you can do this from webmail or also contact our support desk for assistance.

After you have edited the blacklist, please mark the message as spam (in webmail and Outlook) and then delete.

To blacklist addresses please follow the steps provided:

Premium Mail Spam Settings