Fusion MLS™ Beta Program Opens to all MLS Subscribers

  • On December 19, a link to the Fusion MLS™ beta program was added in the HAR.com Members Only portal under the existing ‘Enter Tempo MLS’ link called ‘Fusion MLS Beta’.  As with any beta program, some features and functionality continue to be refined as we receive user feedback.
  • Fusion MLS™ is completely optional at this point. Tempo MLS™ will continue to operate and Fusion will run “parallel” to Tempo for up to a year.  A date for turning off Tempo MLS™ has not yet been set, but is not anticipated to occur before the fourth quarter of 2012.
  • All listings and photos will continue to be added in Tempo MLS™.  Listings added or modified in Tempo MLS™ will automatically update in Fusion MLS™ every 15 minutes and photos every hour.  Marketlinx is working to make it easy to access the Tempo “Add/Edit” module directly from Fusion MLS™ in early 2012.
  • Fusion MLS™ can be used on Macs and PCs, as well as any full Web browser capable of running Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or higher, such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

Nathan Goble


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  • Last Tempo upgrade was years ago. Will the Fusion upgrade that allows for state of the art agents running iOS have to wait as long? Why can’t the Fusion back end be added to the current HAR for members App?

  • not related to Fusion MLS… issues with searching in HAR MLS from the Google TV .. which uses Google Chrome…has this been reported? Search query takes forever so I exit out and never get results back…

  • Good Morning Steven,
       I certainly understand your disappointment, but let me assure you that we are working on solutions to bring Fusion to the iPad as soon as possible.  At this time, you can use either the HAR.com app for the iPad or you can use Mobile MLS by going to http://mobile.harmls.com.  As far as Fusion on the iPad, we wil have more information available as it develops. If you have any questions, please let me know.

    Regards,Nathan GobleQuality Assurance ManagerHouston Association of RealtorsNathan@har.com

    • Good Morning Kathy,
         As far as MAC desktops and laptops go, it will not be a problem as they allow flash to run as a plug-in on any web browser such as Safari, Fire Fox or Chrome.  Only the iPhone and iPad are affected.  Our vendor is working on multiple solutions to bring Fusion to the iPad as soon as possible. We will post more information as it becomes available. If you have any questions, please let me know.

      Nathan Goble
      Quality Assurance Manager
      Houston Association of Realtors

  • Tempo will be phased out in about a year.  I recommend everyone to make the switch now why wait?  I use a MAC and can now bypass Citrix.  That program was really slow.  Fusion has so far been okay I have seen some slight graphical bugs like after sorting the values are not shown instead there are code names. A fix was to save the search and it refreshed the screen.  Other than that its working fine.   I like the fusion interface. It makes it easier to see all the options available and you now you can do multiple searches at the same time. That allows you to multi task.

  • there’s no advantage, the data is exactly the same whether accessed via fusion or tempo. Fusion is based on adobe flash (which is notoriously slow).. VERY surprised to see an MLS written using this platform. I for one will be sticking with tempo.

  • it’s about time. apple is the biggest company in the world now. the iPhones and iPads are iconic. and HP admitted that Apple will take over as the largest computer seller in the world in 2012. IE is obsolete and safari is fast as s**t. wat the hell took so long?

  • Bravo HAR!!! Thank you – thank you – thank you!!!!! My Mac and I can’t wait to use the new fully functioning modern system. I love how my Realtor Association continues to lead the way in cutting edge technology and capabilities for our industry. Keep up the good work!


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