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It should work similarly to the "address bar search engines" in your browser.

In the tell me search bar you type the keyword, for instance: item
then press "Space" or "Tab". The tell me search bar displays:

Search in the item list search bar:

now you continue typing whatever you want to search for in the item list, and press "Enter". It should then bring you straight to the item list with your search in the general (F3) search bar.

It should work for:
items
(archived) sales orders
(archived) sales quotes
(archived) purchase orders
customers
vendors
contacts
items
iteractions
warehouse shipments
warehouse receipts
...

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Please consider including attachments to Skills and any other record types that you may consider to add to the ESS/MSS workflow in the future.

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I was able to set up a conditional decision with following condition as a workaround for this issue:

Where: Workflow.Workflow originator is field User to person relationship.User ID

As expected, this decision takes one route in the workflow if the submitter and the person whose skills are modified are the same user (condition is true), and another route if someone has submitted a change for someone else (condition is false).

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Strongly agree here. It would be really slick to be able to drag a page out of NAV and have it be in it's own separate window. This is akin to dragging on a browser tab until you've pulled it outside of the window and it pops out on its own. This would be a huge enhancement.

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great idea!

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The weird thing is, it already works this way on archived sales orders, so it seems like it could be easily extended to archived purchase orders.

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Up until today, still a blind spot in WHS for which we see business requirements quite often. Cluster put-away does not provide the capabilities to cover (all of) the scenarios that are meant here.

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I had this same requirement recently. Ended up writing an Azure function to serve as a proxy because those have only 3 outgoing IPs that are known upfront (as long as the traffic is relatively light). Telling someone they essentially have to whitelist all of Azure doesn't work for most security people.

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Same feature (amount) should be implemented also to
Accounts payable > Invoice matching setup > Price tolerances
and
Accounts payable > Invoice matching setup > Invoice total tolerances

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I struggle to understand why this functionality was not carried over. It is asked for on all commerce implementations and is a must have for most retail scenarios! It is a basic function that all competitors offer

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