FastBook VIN Finder Chrome Extension
2/23/21 Release Notes: V 2.0.8 - Support for Smart Auction
1/11/21 Release Notes: V 2.0.7 - Support for TradeRev
11/17/20 Release Notes: V 2.0.6 - Support for DealersLink OEM Spec Sheets
8/17/20 Release Notes: V 2.0.5 - Support for Manheim
8/14/20 Release Notes: V 2.0.4 - Support for Auction Run Lists
6/12/20 Release Notes: V 2.0.3 - Added support for EdgePipeline, EBlock and ACV Auctions
3/11/20 Release Notes: V 1.2.5 - UI updates and bug fixes.
1/15/20 Release Notes: V 1.2.4 - This update addresses a performance issue.
12/3/19 Release Notes: V 1.2.3 - Minor update to add support for CarGurus website.
11/7/19 Release Notes: V 1.2.2 - Minor update to prevent session conflicts.
5/28/19 Release Notes: V 1.2.1 - Minor update to improve development / debugging process.
5/22/19 Release Notes: V 1.2.0 - Added the currently logged in user in booking panel header.
4/29/19 Release Notes: V 1.1.0 - Added booking options menu when hovering over FastBook icon (Copy VIN, New Tab, Book It). Clicking VIN text opens booking side panel. Double clicking VIN text simply selects VIN to make it easier to copy the VIN. UX improvements to prevent side panel from overlapping website content.
4/22/19 Release Notes: V 1.0.0 - Added quick booking side panel for added convenience.
DealersLink's FastBook VIN Finder Chrome extension is the latest advancement in our suite of dealership booking tools to help dealers be more efficient when researching vehicle values.
With the extension, users will be able to quickly identify VINs on screen and push the VIN to FastBook with the click of a button. This allows the tool to be useful in multiple online Dealer environments including any online auction site and OEM lease return sites.
Lastly, the tool will allow sales people and appraisers to push VINs in any web based CRM or DMS while in viewing in Chrome.
Performance Manager, Matt Childers said, “This is a huge step forward in efficiency of the store and could eliminate the need for additional auction tools that dealers have traditional spent thousands of dollars on in the past."