MDGP 2018 R2 Feature of the Day: New SmartList for Deposits on Unposted Sales Transactions Has Been Created

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here.

The ninth Feature of the Day is a new SmartList for deposits on unposted Sales Transactions has been created.

Deposits on Unposted Sales Transactions is a new favorite under Sales Transactions so you can quickly see customers that have put a deposit on a sales transaction but the sales transaction hasn’t been posted; no more searching through the sales records to see the deposits, now you have a new SmartList to view the details:

New SmartList for Deposits on Unposted Sales Transactions Has Been Created

I am genuinely baffled as to why this is a “new feature”; it is merely a new default SmartList favourite which has been added to the existing Sales Transactions SmartList object.

The Deposit Received field is already available in Dynamics GP 2018 RTM:

GP 2018 RTM Deposit Received field

In my mind a new feature is a piece of new functionality which has been added; this has always been possible; the users just need to take the 60 seconds (being generous) to add the field and add the favourite.

For new clients being implemented on Dynamics GP, it will be useful for this favourite to already be present, but those existing users who want it will already have created it.

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