I have a client who would sign up today for D365 Financials if the Item Description field was larger. right now it appears to be limited to 50 characters. He need it to be at least 1000 characters.
I am aware of the extended text availabliity, but these also are limited to 50 characters and to enter the description they need 50 characters at a time is a poor work around.
We often run the same financial report in slightly different versions, such as an detailed income statement and a summary income statement. It would save a lot of time if we could simply copy an Account Schedule and edit it, rather than building an account schedule from scratch.
In a multi-company scenario, it would also help to be able to export account schedules from one company and import them into another company.
Currently we can't import in images with items in Dynamics 365 for Financials so the process currently is to open every item and then the image can be imported. The following suggestion was made on Forums:
If we can have a folder in OneDrive specifically for images, so we can put images with the Item Number as the file name and then it can match it up if it finds inventory with the same name, if no inventory with matching name it would take the images and move it to a rejected images folder, of even generate a log of the matched and rejected.
Recommendation to add “Export to Excel” as core feature to all page layouts (consistent with Dynamics NAV 2017). This is one of the key selling features that is repeatedly messaged regarding Dynamics products: that users have access to the familiar “Microsoft feel”. In Dynamics 365 for Financials, it is clear Finance users want access to data to model, analyze, and aggregate without entering an “editable” worksheet. This is helpful for AR Customer reconciliations (export Customer Ledger Entries) or exporting the working items related to an Invoice to export Invoice Line information. Additionally, this is valuable once a list of Posted Sales Invoice OR Posted Purchase Receipt documents is filtered, to export the filtered set for ad hoc analysis/reporting.
We would like to be able to do reporting in PowerBi on Dimensions. Currently, the dimension set ID field from table 20 is not published on page 20 that we can publish to PowerBi.
This would make reporting much easier with Excel and PowerBi.
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.
(id alert 40932/40939)
intrastat-form must be changed by 02/2019.
documentation can be found here: https://www.nbb.be/doc/dq/e_pdf_ex/intrastat%202019_onepager_en.pdf
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.