Add a New Client
After opening ProClient application, hover your cursor over “CRM” on the header menu.
This will present you with a couple of options. Click on “Add New Client.”
Adding Client Information
You will be taken to a page with a form to fill out. Enter your client’s information.
At a minimum, you’ll want to input the client’s First Name, Last Name, and Email Address. That will allow ProClient to automatically create a Client Portal for the client account.
Adding a Client's Spouse
The form provides fields for adding information on your client’s family. That info can be useful for your interactions with the client.
To the right of the field labeled “Spouse” is a button that reads “Link Contact.” Clicking on it will open the “Add Spouse” pop-up window.
This window contains your Client List. If the spouse is on the Client List, you can click on their name to add them to the client profile. Their name will now appear beside the “Spouse” field.
If the spouse is not on the Client List, then click on the pop-up window button that reads “Add New Person.” This will open a fillable form similar to the “Add New Client” form. It is auto-linked to the current client profile as the client’s spouse.
Fill in these required fields: First Name, Last Name, Add more details, if you wish. When you are done, click on “Save.” The spouse’s name will now appear beside the “Spouse” field in the client profile.
Adding a Client's Children
If you want to add a client's children, click on the plus sign next to "Children" under "Family" in the form page.
Enter a name in the space provided. Click the plus sign to add another name. Click the minus sign beside a name to delete it.
You can also add Tags of your choice in the “Add New Client” form. Using tags can help you organize client profiles and find the correct profile more quickly.
Saving a New Client Profile
Once you are done filling out the form, click on the “Add New Client” button to save the client profile in ProClient CRM.
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