How about changeing titles form ordered in total, on order and ordered reserved to more accurate descriptions, for example. customer reserve, on order(from supplier) and I don't even know what order reserved is for cause its so bloody confusing. and just because once you know you know. any one should be able to look at it and make sense of it. Also if something is reserved for a customer but not picked it should not be taken out of physical stock as it is not physically out of stock. all it does is cause me to go into negative stock. Sometimes we put a reservation on a product for a customer for a season. does not mean we need to hold it physically in stock for them that whole period. as we are able to reorder and get more supply. If I have to have more systems outside of this system than this system is a waste of time. Which by the way as far as ease of use it falls far below what I would expect from microsoft. To the point I would not recommend microsoft to any one.
Also how about if we could click on the quantity on order and see what it relates to.
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Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.


Johan Hoffmann

PM, Microsoft



I usually just describe them to people as "supply" and "demand". Which is better than on order and ordered in total, IMO. Especially since sometimes it has nothing to do with an order of any time (i.e. journals). But, I agree...

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