Step 1

The unit tab now contains all the floors previously created in the exterior module. You can import a CSV file containing all your units for quicker upload.

We provide a template with proper format that you must follow in order for Planpoint to interpret your data.

Download the Excel template here

Please view the following video to understand how to prepare your Excel file before import:

You can also add units manually, one-by-one. Click on Add unit on the corresponding floor and repeat for each unit.


Step 2

Once the units are imported, you will see the unit menu. It contains several other features that you can access through the icons on the right.

  1. The first icon is for uploading a cover image for this specific unit. It will only appear in grid mode.
  2. The second icon is for uploading different finishes for this unit.
  3. The third icon is for uploading an image gallery for this specific unit. For example, you could show interior renderings or exterior drone views.
  4. The fourth icon is for embedding a 3D virtual visit. You can simply copy-paste code from Kuula or other virtual visit providers.
  5. The fifth icon is for uploading the PDF version of the unit’s plan layout. This PDF will be downloadable by the end-user.
  6. The sixth icon is for uploading a JPG or PNG version of the unit’s plan layout. This image will be shown in the plan viewer but is not downloadable.
  7. The seventh icon allows you to define the perimeters of the lots in a Land project.
  8. The eighth icon lets you edit the unit number, the model number, the area, the number of bedrooms, the price, availability, the occupancy dates, inclusions, description, number of bathrooms and number of parking spaces.
  9. The ninth icon is used to delete this specific unit.

Step 3

With all your units in the system, you can click on the edit icon (eighth from the left), allowing you to modify the unit’s basic information.

  • The Name is your internal referral number. It can be numerical or alphanumerical.
  • The Model number is the unit’s model layout. A particular model can reappear on the same floor or on different floors. In such instance, simply writing the model number in this field will automatically fill up the area, number of bedrooms, price and availability fields.
  • You assign a Type if the unit is either a parking or an amenity.
  • The Area is the square footage or square meter of this particular plan. You decide wether to show net or gross area.
  • The Bedrooms field is a simple dropdown choice.
  • The Price number is the unit’s price. For sales, you would enter the full list price (before or after tax is your choice). For rentals, you would enter the monthly rent amount.
  • The Availability field is a simple dropdown choice between Available, Unavailable, Sold and Reserved. The unavailable units will not be shown in the plan viewer and the sold units cannot be clicked on in the plan viewer.
  • The Occupancy date can be be selected on a calendar to show when the unit will be available.
  • The Inclusions can be added in a comma separated list.
  • The Description of the unit must be added as a text.
  • For Bathrooms, just type the number of bathrooms the unit has.
  • For Parking Spaces, just type the number of parking spaces the unit has.

Step 4

A very important time-saver feature is the Multi-select content ability. This special action lets you apply many images, unit layouts in JPEG, unit layouts in PDF and embedded code (for 3D visits and videos) to many units at once.

If you do not observe the changes made to your units, please refresh the page.


Here’s how to solve some common problems when uploading units to the project.