Microsoft Dynamics 365
Has this really been "Under Review" since 2018?
Please prioritize making Dark Mode an option, even if it's just a simple light/dark toggle. Doesn't need to be a custom color/theme, just something that is easier on the eyes, please.
This is something that impacts any company which uses charges. It is a tremendous pain point with most finance teams when there are charges that post at time of receipt.
We need this feature as well.
Yes, we need this as well.
Yes I agree this should be editable for European accounting regulations.
Additionally, I feel all the journals it creates should be editable (i.e. depreciation postings, interest) as I have never seen another module not allow users to edit the journals before posting. For instance, if a lease is accounted for after the event there appears to be no way to amend the depreciation postings to the latest open period.
This is essential functionality in Brazil. There is another suggestion for the same feature in the 'General' forum:
Combined these have 60+ votes
It is surprising to me that other organizations are either unaware of this issue, or are unbothered by it. Maybe this can get a fresh look? It would be nice to have the option to take all discounts when the vendor has a credit memo holding them up.
There are many business scenarios for this.
Consultants handing over work to customers or other employees to pick up where the previous consultant left off.
Issue encounters importing or appling data
nofiyable changes made
Design and explanation notes - column & processing order, mandatory tables and fields
Sharing config packs with customers and other consultants
It would be good to have a rapid start config library where these could be share along with data definitions as many of these could be reused. Having some notes on what they do , when , how and why would be fantastic
A fair amount of time can be spent setting config packs up seems only fair to give them some notes features
This is a feature many customers could use. Especially if at could be an integrated Job Queue user. Then make a permission set or user group that would give access to configure and start/stop job queues.
Now we have several customers who pay for a team member license for a service user.
We have configured this in our environment. Time Entries are also created from the Time Off Requests.