Fax: cover sheet

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My idea is about cover sheet set up, and as usually we send fax has 2 pages, first page is cover sheet,you can customize cover sheet add your company logo, and second page is attachment PDF, DOC, WORD and so on. I think that's gonna waste lot of paper with recipient. I think there need an one page option  to set up with fax,  on the top of page add the company logo, and attachment will on the first page, so there is no more space issue, if the word is more than one page, the paragraph or word will automatic change to next page. I think this will save lot of paper and go green. Because usually my fax alway just 20 - 30 words, so if add company logo, will waste first page, and second page just few word, it is huge waste.
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Kraig Qin,

You can currently do that with the custom fax page option in the RingCentral Desktop App for Windows (SoftPhone). I have set up a custom fax page with my logo at the top of the page and a privacy disclaimer at the bottom. It doesn't allow for the attachment to be added to the page since an "attachment" is just that...attached. However, if you are only sending 20-30 words, there is plenty of room in the Comments/Notes section.

Most fax cover pages have minimal information on them since they are only a cover or preface to the fax itself. I put the privacy disclaimer in my Notes section in the template so that it will move down as more information is typed into the Comments/Notes area. It works very well for me.

If the attachment is only a few words, and you want to save paper, I would recommend copying and pasting that information onto the Comments/Notes section of the cover sheet. However most attachments I have ever seen attached to a fax or have sent out in my faxes are more than a few words and are one or more full sheets.

See the Knowledge base article below on custom fax cover sheets:
http://success.ringcentral.com/articles/RC_Knowledge_Article/7721