Customers could have thousands of items with some "blocked" when they are no longer used. However, those blocked items still show up in lookups when adding items to Sales Invoices which makes the list of items much longer and causes confusion as to what items are actually available. We should either not show "blocked" items since they can't be used or allow the option to hide blocked items from the Inventory look up.
In Business Central, when you're in any date field, a calendar pops up. By default the calendar starts on a Monday. It would be nice if a user can change the start date to a Sunday.
I think I have submitted this idea before but it looks like is disappeared from the site. The oldest idea here I can see is 2 months ago while mine was few months (may be 6 or more months). Anyway I am resubmitting it here:
We are a Microsoft partner. We do have customers with Dynamics 365 for Financials among other licenses.
We do have delegated access (Unlicensed) to our customer's tenants.
When accessing Dynamics 365 online (CRM for example) our names as delegated admins are not stuck in the system and end users do not even see it unless they enable auditing.
With Dynamics 365 for Financials we see that our names as unlicensed delegated admins are stuck there among licensed user.
It would be nice if there is away to delete those users and even hide them as the purpose of the delegated admins is to help customer to troubleshoot or understand the problem.
Keeping those delegated admins in the list cause some confusion to the customer.
I hope it is clear.
D365 for Financials administrators need to be able to fine tune user access, more precisely than is currently possible with existing D365 Permission Sets. (Normally this is to reduce access for some users.)
The need for this enhancement is demonstrated here https://community.dynamics.com/business/f/758/t/216318 , here https://community.dynamics.com/business/f/758/t/242029 and here https://ideas.dynamics.com/ideas/dynamics-financials/ID0001848.
Please could we have the ability to copy existing D365 Permission Sets, modify the copies (change RIMDEX settings for the contained permissions) and apply those copies to users, directly or through user groups.
There have been numerous requests to be able to print reports based on more than just Dimensions 1 and 2, please consider adding additional Dimensions to the printing of reports
During our implementation of NAV (sorry, Dynamics 365 for Financials) we constantly kept saying, “The search field is great, but isn’t there a master cheat sheet that shows us what things are called so we know what to start typing?” After searching high and low we discovered there isn’t anything set up currently. Again, we love the search bar as it keeps the product UI clean and provides all the product’s functionality in one central place. But if you don’t know what to start typing it renders much of the product’s features useless and setting it up frustrating.
Currently when you post a transaction from a sub-ledger (e.g. Sales Invoice or Purchase Invoice), this system summarizes all the line items that hit the same G/L account and post to the G/L as a single line per account. This makes it very difficult to reconcile as the amounts you see in the G/L would not match any individual line from the original transaction. Further, if you select the G/L entry and navigate to the posted transaction, it shows you all line items for that transaction rather than just the line items that make up the specific G/L entry that you're looking at.
We would suggest that all line items get post to the G/L in detail to make it easy to reconcile between the G/L entry and sub-ledger transaction.
D365FO users need the ability to attach documents and files (pdfs, excel files, whatever) to pages / records (eg vendors, items, sales orders, purchase orders, etc) within the system.
This forum thread refers https://community.dynamics.com/business/f/758/t/245391 .
To some extent this is just to make good on initial marketing promises made about the system which current functionality does not live up to. (This resource https://madeira.microsoft.com/fr-fr/documentation/across-how-connect-disconnect-income-document-records/ says in the top paragraph that "you can also attach incoming document files to posted purchase and sales documents and to vendor, customer, and general ledger entries..". )
If someone uses the auto match and doesn't catch an incorrectly matched transaction and posts the Bank Reconciliation there is no way to undo this. There needs to be a way to void or undo a Bank Reconciliation in a Saas environment.