At IDX Broker we are excited to release the latest update to our IMPress for IDX Broker plugin. Version 2.2 brings code stability plus additional features to more fully integrate IDX Broker into your WordPress experience.
Lead Management Panel
We know that going back and forth between browser windows can be frustrating. Switching from IDX Broker to WordPress and back again can complicate your day-to-day lead maintenance tasks. This is why we’ve brought even more of the IDX magic into WordPress. Now you can see and manage your leads right within the WordPress dashboard for your convenience and sanity. Get a quick glance at your new leads without ever leaving WordPress and then move on with your day to accomplish other tasks.
What do you want? Leads. When do you want them? Now! How do you want them? Okay, you want them any way you can get them, right? Using the WordPress forms is convenient, but funneling leads into your IDX Broker account requires a little something extra. The lead capture forms for IDX have been separate from the standard WordPress forms, until now. IMPress for IDX Broker 2.2 brings with it form integration so that you can create forms within WordPress and capture lead information straight into IDX Broker. At launch, the integration includes the popular form plugins of Ninja Forms, Contact Form 7, and Gravity Forms.
On previous versions of the plugin there were issues when using IMPress on specific web hosts. We are happy to announce that the conflict with IoC containers has been eliminated and you can now use the plugin with these services.
Don’t take our word for it. Try out the new plugin version for yourself. Upgrade to the latest version in the WordPress repository. If you previously had conflicts with the plugin, give it another shot.