Hands On With MDGP 2018 RTM New Features: Series Index

Microsoft Dynamics GPMicrosoft Dynamics GP 2018 RTM has now been released and I have been taking a Hands On look at the installation and configuration of the new version.

I am now going to take a hands on look at the new and enhanced features introduced in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Rather than do this as a continuation of the Hands On series I have been working on, as originally intended, I am going to split it out into this separate Hands On With the new features series.

The series index is below, and will automatically update as each post goes live.

Hands On With MDGP 2018 RTM New Features
DocAttach Available on More Windows
DocAttach Security Setup
New DocAttachs Available Via Inquiry Windows
New Workflows
Workflow Additional Fields
New Workflow Functionality - Reminder Emails
New Workflow Functionality - Copy Workflow Steps
New Workflow Functionality - Reporting for Workflow
Rename Payment Run Windows
Sorting
Save Build Payment Batch Settings
Web Client Changes
System Password Remembered
Display Sales Hold Status
Copy User Access Across AA Dimensions
SmartList Favorite Password Protection
Print Single Customer Statement
On PO Generation Show Purchase Order Transactions Navigation List
Make PO Number Visible to Requisition Originator
Print Purchase Requisition
One Payment Per Vendor/Invoice Setting on Vendor Card

A Diary of reIMAGINE 2016: Part 5 – At The Hotel

reIMAGINE2016Well, the flight from Heathrow to Chicago was a long one and left 35 minutes late and then arrived 30 minutes late reducing my time in Chicago from 90 minutes to 60.

This is what I was worried about. However, when we disembarked from the plane there were red envelopes waiting for us. These envelopes were marvellous things; whenever an airport employee saw them, they waved you past the queues.

So in all it took only 15 minutes to get through customs. Of course I then had to collect my hold luggage (apparently you have to do this at your point of entry. This involved picking the case up from the carousel, walking to the exit, handing the receipt (collected from the automatic passport control machine) to the guy at the exit and handing the case to someone just outside the door.

I then had to go up the stairs, catch a tram from Terminal 5 to Terminal 3, go through security again (oops, had a partially drunk bottle of pop in my bag) and then find the gate.

I did reach the plane and was the last person to board with only 7 minutes to spare for take-off.

Couple hours later and ne taxi ride later I am at the hotel.

Only took a total of 22 hours from when I left home to entering the hotel.

I think I need sleep.