REVV Document Management System

About Revv
Revv gives businesses the speed and brand consistency in their documents to stand out from competitors. Documents are smartly organized, shared and eSigned in one central place so you can focus on your job. Customize any of the 1000+ vetted, pre-formatted business templates to draft documents. Integrate with business apps like CRM and payments via Zapier and connect Google sheets to import data into documents. Revv’s machine learning helps you get a holistic understanding of your paperwork.Here’s a list of all the things you can do within Slack using slash commands. Create a document from a template
To create a document from a particular template, use the slash command /createnewdoc [Template ID] [Document Title] and replace ‘Template ID’ with the relevant template’s ID number and ‘Document Title’ with the name of document. Check status of a document
To check the current status of any document, use the slash command /checkdocstatus [Document ID] and replace ‘document ID’ with the relevant document’s ID. Fill form fields in a document
To fill the form fields in a document, use the slash command /fillformfields [Document ID] and replace ‘document ID’ with the relevant document’s ID. Find My templates
To see the list of all your templates in Revv along with their template IDs, use the slash command /findmytemplates/ Send a document for acceptance
To send a document for acceptance, use the slash command /senddocforacceptance [Document ID] and replace ‘document ID’ with the relevant document’s ID. A modal appears where you can enter the recipients details. Search documents and ID using full or partial title
To get a list of some documents and their corresponding document ID, use the slash command /searchdoc [No. of results] [Document Title] . Replace ‘Document Title’ with the complete or partial text from the document title. To limit the number of results you see, replace ‘No. of results’ with a number See all slash commands
To get a list of all slash commands instantly, use the slash command /revv help