Setting up the Chime Profile is a key step in making sure your account is ready to go before interacting with clients via the CRM. The fields that can be edited in this section will be displayed in emails sent from the Chime CRM, including Property Alerts and Welcome Emails, so it is very important to have your profile set up from the very beginning.
To navigate to your profile go to Settings > Profile:
Once on this page, you will be able to complete the following profile fields. Each one is defined below.
Add your headshot. As mentioned in the introduction, this headshot will appear in an auto-populated email signature for property alerts, market reports, etc.
First Name / Last Name
No explanation needed. This is simply your the first and last name as the Chime user. If you need to edit this, here is where it's done!
This is the email address you will use to log into Chime. If you change this, it will affect the email on file for billing statements, email notifications, etc.
Add the best phone number to reach you at here. This will be the phone number that is also placed into the auto-populated email signature for property alert emails, etc. You can always update it as needed.
Add your license ID as an agent. This will also display in auto-populated email signatures for emails sent via Chime so keep this up-to-date as well.
Choose your position within your organization from the pre-populated options or choose the option to Customize if you would like to add your own.
MLS Agent ID
These fields will not appear until your MLSs have been connected to your website. Once that happens, you will be able to add only one MLS Agent ID per MLS. Each individual MLS will be listed. In this sample below, there are four MLSs
You will add your MLS ID by searching by either name or email address and the options will then be populated for you to select from:
Also under Settings > Profile, you will find the Email Signature section. This email signature will be pulled in automatically when you go to send manual emails in the system and when utilizing the #signature# variable (see Email and Text Variables to learn more about how this works).
For your signature, you will want to typically replicate what you have used before in your email client, so add your logo, email address, name, phone number, social media links, etc. Take advantage of the hyperlink option, embedding an image, etc.
If for whatever reason you would like to make your phone number clickable, follow these steps below. First, edit the code of the email signature:
Then add this part (changing both numbers of course to be your own):
So here is what it would look like in the code view:
Be sure to click on "Save" and this number should now be clickable. Test it to make sure it works because sometimes copying/pasting, etc. throws off important formatting that could cause it to not work. If for some reason it stops working, something might have been edited in the email signature so check to make sure the same format is in place as described above.
If you have any questions regarding this topic or any others, please reach out to our Support Team via email at <firstname.lastname@example.org> or by phone at 1 (855) 981-7557.