The Square Feet Control is a must-have in the Order Form, along with other great features in ISN it will help you to automatically calculate the inspection fees, the inspection duration, etc.

By default, this Control will be available within the Property Info tab.

However, if you would like to change its location to personalize your Order Form or restore it if you removed the control by accident, you can start by Adding the Control to the Order Form and selecting the Square Feet in the Control Type dropdown menu.

These are the Square Feet settings that you have to set up before adding it to the Order Form Sections:

1.- It is a preview of how this Control will look like in the Order Form

2.- The Control Dropdown (here is where you select the Control to add to your system)

3.- How would you like to name the Control in your ISN

4.- Short description. This one will only be visible to the users with permission to edit Controls

5.- The name this control will have in the Order Form

6.- The name this control will have in the Online Scheduler

We already showed you how the field will display in your Order Form, now we are going to explain where to find this Control in the Online Scheduler (OS) settings.

First, open the Online Scheduler settings (Navigate to Settings--Office Settings--Online Scheduler--Online Scheduler V3 Settings), and go to the Order Form Controls, where you can enable or disable it, depending on your business needs. Enabling the control will display the field for anyone booking the inspection through the Online scheduler:

If you want this to be a required field for the client to fill out (when the Inspection fee is directly calculated from the SQFT Fee settings) you just have to mark the required checkbox on the right-hand side options:

This is what the new Square Feet Control will look like in the Online Scheduler:

If you have any questions about this information please let us know! You can reach us by chat, email at help@inspectionsupport.com, or phone at (800) 700-8112.

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