No, adding a document specifically to the task will not add the document to the property. This means the document that is added to a task must also be added to the property in order for it to be visible under the property page.

Due to the high amount of tasks a property will likely acquire, the corresponding task documents remain attached only to the task page to not clutter the property page. If a task specific document is particularly important for the property notes, be sure to add it to the property documents as well.

You can only add documents to a task after the task has been created.

App users can access both the task documents and property documents when onsite.

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