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We have not had this issue and we have been live with the app in iOS and Android since January 2021.

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Please seriously consider this, Released/Reserved + Picked + Packed.

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We are entering the Japanese market, and also need this feature. It could be as simple (or complicated?) as providing a way to make receipt elements be conditional based on some criteria. In this case, the criteria is that the total order value is >= 50,000 JPY.

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Please advise.

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@Karen - thank you!

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@Michelle - Thanks for catching me using slang - WW = WorldWide, eg WW1 versus having the NA North America report or database or whatever.

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This may be silly, but what does WW mean?

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@Gina I agree with the clarification. I'd written balance at month end but a better description is to enter the ending date of the bank statement.

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The report of the Posted Bank Reconciliation created with the Bank Reconciliation Worksheet on the North American Version (10408?), has the information that is needed for audit purposes. It shows the matching of the G/L balance to the Bank Statement Balance, all transactions posted in the bank rec, and all transactions that are outstanding up to the bank rec (statement) date. This report should also be available for the posted bank reconciliations that are done with the Automatch user interface. Currently, only the Statement report is available, which is not very useful for audit purposes in North America. The Test Report on the Automatch version is similar to the Posted Bank Reconciliation report, but I have found the following issues on some versions: 1) the g/l balance does not match the bank statement balance, 2) it lists as outstanding all posted transactions, not just the ones up to the statement date, 3) cannot be printed after posting.

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And can I add that a cutoff date for the reconciliation would be helpful? If we enter a cutoff date, no trx after that date will appear in the reconciliation, thus allowing us to balance to the GL also.

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