A lot of the work we do (hardscapes/water features) is standard and we
have the Pricebook pretty well built out. However, it is inevitable that
we will need to purchase and track items that aren't in our pricebook.
For example, my maintenance tech is...
Has anybody seen anything or know anything about plans to update the
calendar UI? Before ST (and still to some degree) we ran our business
out of Apple Calendar. ST obviously adds a lot of features to our
workflow we wouldn't have in apple calendar, ...
Here's just an idea/use case of how we're implementing barcodes into our
warehouse. I exported and modified/updated our warehouse template to
include the information on this shelf label. I was torn about putting
the Min/Max on there as it can change ...
Does anybody have any workarounds or workflows to track projects status?
We're not an HVAC company or anything, we do projects such as building
outdoor spaces like patios and water features. Some of these projects
are 2 days and some are 4 weeks long...
It would be great if on the Project page there was a full
material/equipment breakdown. There's places to access it such as the
invoice etc. but parts could be spread over multiple invoices or the
same item could be on two separate estimates for two ...
We were just having this discussion last week. Check out this post:
obvious problem is that especially in the case of somethi...
We put Apple AirTags in our more expensive tool boxes and even attached
them in hidden places on some of our trailers and front loaders. Did it
as a precautionary thing, but twice they've come to the rescue in the
last year alone. Once we had our exp...
Yep! That's exactly what we're doing right now, keeping the bulk
quantities as the 1 unit of inventory and consuming them with less than
1 quantities. Definitely looking forward to the multiple unit of measure
This does fix the problem in a sense, but is ultimately a work around as
the 25 lb tank is really one unit from the purchasers perspective. This
would complicate dealing with cost changes, which are a common thing in
2023. We deal with it ourselves a...