A common modification we do for customers it to back-flush "standard" labor at output vs when the order is finished. By doing this the capacity entries are created as production is done and there is not a variance until the order is finished like you have in stock BC. This tends to make accounting happier. This is done in companies where they do not report actual labor and just flush labor at the routing standard.
At the first output, the setup capacity is posted and long with a calculated run based on the routing time and qty output. Subsequent outputs only posts additional run time.
There is also an option to "explode the routing" and post the standard labor to the prior operations where the company does not output for each operation but only the final operation is output.
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Thank you for this suggestion! Currently this is not on our roadmap. We are tracking this idea and if it gathers more votes and comments we will consider it in the future.

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