Wow, can you believe it's already August? We rolled out some exciting new features and updates last month...And we're ready to do it all again!
With that said, here's a quick rundown of the latest improvements we shipped last week:
Team Schedule graph enhancement: We felt it was a little bit deceiving that the colored graphs would stop at the 9-hour mark (even on days with more than 9 hours scheduled). Now, the columns will fill available space right up to the header for each user, to better convey over-scheduled days.
Mark-up for new materials: When adding a material to a quote or project plan, the mark-up rate wasn't showing until after you saved the new item, which was a little annoying if you like to confirm the mark-up percentage as you're creating materials. This little fix is now in place.
Planned Start filter for Project list: Filtering for projects based on their Planned Start date is now possible thanks to this field being added to the filter fields in the project list screen.
Material Unit Cost when Invoicing: The eagle-eyed among you might have spotted that the "More details" card which appears when adding/editing an invoice line item was showing the wrong cost value for materials. We intended to show the cost/purchase price of a material to help users see the difference between their purchase price and eventual sale price, and now that we've fixed up the data you can make this comparison with ease!
Update Service Item code while Invoicing: When invoicing for services, any line items generated without a service item/code couldn't have one manually applied. We've improved the functionality so now you can use the "More details" info card to add/edit the service item - both when creating or editing an invoice.
Project activity Trigger fix: Several users were reporting a problem with triggers firing on a project despite the recent-activity rules not being satisfied. The issue was that the system was checking for activity directly on the project while ignoring the milestones. Now, the trigger rules are correctly checking all aspects of the project so premature trigger firing won't happen again.