Primary Photo Upload Now Available in Listing Input & Maintenance

Paragon 5 users can now upload their listing’s primary photo directly from the input maintenance page.

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The square shaped placeholder box that appears in the left corner of the listing maintenance page is actually a link that allows the user to upload a single image.
Here’s how: 1. Click on the small box with the green plus mark, 2. In the Upload Primary Picture window click the Browse button, 3. You will now be in a window that allows you to navigate your computer’s files. Navigate to the picture you would like to upload, click it and click the Open button, 4. You will then be back in the Upload Primary Picture window, click the Upload button, 5. Don’t forget to save your listing before you leave the listing maintenance screen.

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Once you upload it the primary photo will always appear at the top of the input form lending the user a visual reminder of what property they are working on.
This addition to your MLS system came about as a software enhancement implemented by the Paragon tech team on Dec. 12, 2012.
Please note: Beginning February 4, 2013 your Paragon 5 system will require you to upload the primary photo before you can save a new listing. This rule will also apply if you are saving a partial listing as a full listing or converting a subject property to a new listing.


Please do not hesitate to contact the Northern Nevada Regional MLS with any questions or concerns at 775-823-8838 or

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About Andrew Cristancho

Andrew is the Director of Member Services and Training for Northern Nevada Regional MLS; the official trainer for our products and services. He teaches classes, in our lab or at your office meetings and also hosts one-on-one and small-group training sessions. Andrew is author of many of the technical 'how-to' articles for our organization. Andrew holds the MLS Executive Designations CMLX 1 and CMLX 2 from the national Council of MLSs, his ePRO designation from the National Association of Realtors and serves on CMLS's Green Section Council. Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Social Media Marketing Certificate from the University of Nevada Reno. He is happily married and is a proud father and lives and works in Reno, Nevada.

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