Did anyone notice we released an update on Monday but there was no announcement???? Make sure to click the Read More below if you want to read up on all the details, but first lets talk about videos!
In this latest episode of coreCAST we try not to poke too much fun at Mr. Bezos and fail horribly in our attempt, we double down on our love for all things Elon Musk, we discuss Apple's play on privacy, and we give you a few great nuggets from coreSTORE and coreFORCE!
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Where are the serial numbers? DO NOT PANIC!
improvement The serial numbers in the items screen have moved to their own spot. We felt it was tiem to treat them with the proper respect they deserve, so rather than scrolling all the way down to see the serial numbers, you can just click the Serial Numbes tab.
exciting! You can now choose whether a Layaway transaction should deduct or commit inventory. Although to many of you this may not seem like it should be a choice, we prefer allowing the business owner to decide how to run their business. To change the behavior go to Store Config and jump to the Suspended Sales section. You can change the behavior of the layaway.
Receiving and Transfers
new feature Item Tags can now be displayed when receiving an item. To enable this feature make sure to check the Show Item Tags checkbox in Store Config under the Purchase
new feature Inventory Transfer Requests can now be entered. If you own multiple stores, you can now enter a Transfer Request which allows one store to request inventory from another store. This transaction does not affect inventory in any way (it's like a quote).
new feature You can now add the Margin and Margin % columns to the items screen.
improvement Location at Store field has now been added to the fulfillment sheets.
exciting! Payment By Day Report
Sometimes a picture speaks 1000 words, so click on the image below to see the new Payment By Day report which you will find in the Reports/Payments section, this will be for sure a fan favorite!
new feature Custom Fields
The Custom Sales report will now allow you to select a customer custom field as one of the report criteria.
improvement Item Sales Summary Report
Added the ability to add a list of items to report on. The list can be either item id's or UPC Codes.
improvement Disposition tab and Dialog: Added instructional text under the 'Dispose 4473 Transaction' field to explain what it is.
improvement Disposition tab and Dialog: Automatically insert the 4473 Transaction ID if we can determine that the bound book item is on a 4473, otherwise we enter 'n/a' into that field.
improvement Added instructional text under the 'Dispose 4473 Transaction' field to explain what it is.
improvement Modal Disposition dialog (from clicking Dispose in main Bound Book screen):
fix Layaways created online were not always importing the correct amount due. This has been fixed.
fix Unsuspending a sale transaction was unchecking the send sms option.
fix On the sales screen when you add the amount and then change the payment type, the amount was being removed.
fix The 4473 QR code was not showing on emailed receipts.
fix When adding a new firearms to a firearm transfer the system was not automatically going back to the transfer screen.
fix Scanning a bar code in the sales screen would sometimes still bring up multiple results even though an exact match could be found.
fix Enhanced message when age verification was not met.
fix The 'Dispose 4473 Transaction ID' being mandatory was causing issues with some FFL's.
fix On the h3310 the 'sold date' was showing as the 'Transfer Date' on the form, instead of the disposition date. (Note that this was only for screen display; the PDF generation was using the disposition date correctly.)