Volume 10 Number 6 Summer, 2012
Time savings ahead thanks to our newest product releases
Sometimes it’s the small amenities that make a big impression. Like automobile headlights that automatically turn on and off. Caller ID. Sprinkler systems that stay off when it's raining. Velcro.
We have improved the readability of property search results by removing extraneous “Rem” text in the Remarks field, and by removing from the printed chain the “#” column that numbered the records in the chain.
In addition to the enhancements listed above, this release contains numerous fixes that improve search accuracy and completeness; print image quality; property search result filtering and display, and tax search results sorting and display.
New in TitlePoint Xpress
Browse Documents from Search Results
Right-click the document ID in the search results screen and view the previous or next document in the recording number sequence.
“This feature is helpful when you need to determine if related documents are recorded before or after a particular filing,” explained Andrew. “This will save users quite a few keystrokes.”
Expanded Search Capabilities
New, expanded search parameters save you time and produce more refined searches and comprehensive search orders. When you perform an Image Search, you can now specify that only selected page numbers (for example, pages 1 through 3 and the last page of the document) be returned in the result.
You can now search up to six names in a Name or Grantor-Grantee search.
If you perform adjacent searches that cross county lines, you can search multiple counties as part of one order number.
You can search for multiple properties at one time, and then combine them on the Order Home Page. Duplicate records will be eliminated in the presentation of search results.
Right-click a legal description in a Name, Grantor-Grantee or Instrument search result screen and request an auto-run of property and name. This is useful when you want to search property legal and party names simultaneously.
When you perform a search, the state and county of your last search is the default for the next search.
We’ve also made it easier to set the default state and county by search type.
More to Work With
This release of TitlePoint Xpress also contains fixes that offer you more control when you save and rename files using iView; improved print performance and wildcard searching in a Starter Search.
Florida Back Plant
We are releasing two new Grantor-Grantee Back Plant counties with this TitlePoint Xpress release:
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Custodians of Chicago's Fiery Past: Our Role in Preserving History | July, 2012
Spotlight on TitleTax in AZ and CA: Getting the Most Out of Your Tax Search | March, 2012
Spotlight on Chicago: TitlePoint Takes to the Toddlin' Town | March, 2012
Release 3.9: TitlePoint and TitlePoint Xpress Deliver New Conveniences | March, 2012
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Customers Answer Questions About Our Performance | December, 2010
Special Search Team Answers the Call | October, 2010
Xpress Search does more of the legwork in a title search | Summer, 2010
TitlePoint and TitlePoint Xpress version 3.5 power up | Summer, 2010
Outsourcing poses new challenges and opportunities | Summer, 2010
Legal & Vesting Report: a single source for searching multiple data sources | October, 2009
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