When you create a new appraisal in Anow the county will now automatically appear and be entered for you. You can also search by county from your main appraisal list!

On the long, detailed form and Quick Add form for creating a new appraisal, there's a new field under the property address section - county. Enter the address for your new order, then click Edit Address to reveal the full details. The county line will automatically fill out based on the address you entered, but it can be manually changed any time.

After creating a new order, you'll notice the county appear on the appraisal details page as well, near the rest of the property address information.

To edit, click the property address (underlined in blue), and change the information next to "County" accordingly. Click the green check mark when you're done.

Search for any appraisal based off the county field in seconds!

Begin by going to your list of appraisals and type the county you want to search for in the search box. Next, Click Advanced in the search area.

For this example, I'll enter the county of the order I just created which is San Francisco County.

A list of different Anow fields will appear. Select County from the options.

A blue tag will now show under the search box indicating that only appraisals with San Francisco County in the county field will appear.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our friendly support staff via live chat!

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