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Use these slash commands to create and fill documents
Revv is your no-code document builder that helps automate your business processes.

#1

Help

To get a list of all slash commands instantly,
use the slash command /revv help

#2

Templates

To see the list of all your templates in Revv along with their template IDs, use the slash command /findmytemplates
Now personalize your templates faster and optimize your business processes with Revv document builder.
Revv is your no-code document builder that helps automate your business processes.

#3

Create documents

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

#4

Fill form fields

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
Now personalize your templates faster and optimize your business processes with Revv document builder.
Revv is your no-code document builder that helps automate your business processes.

#5

Search documents

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

#6

Share documents

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.
Now personalize your templates faster and optimize your business processes with Revv document builder.
Revv is your no-code document builder that helps automate your business processes.

#7

Document status

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

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