December 16, 2020
Edit account name and number of default stat accounts - You can now edit the account name and number of default system statistical accounts to fit the naming and numbering conventions of your chart of accounts.
Scroll bar on My Reports customize menu - You no longer have to worry about resizing your screen to see the bottom part of the customize menu which includes the “run” button. Perfect for smaller screens, the bottom of the menu is always pinned with the ability to scroll through the top part of the menu.
New Custom Financial Reports header variables - The new “selected dates” variables allow you to automatically insert the date selected in the report date field instead of the end date for the selected period.
Quantity totals on AR invoices - Spend less time verifying the accuracy of AR invoices with a new total row for the quantity column.
Viewing role for 1099 social security numbers - Only the last 4 digits of an individual’s social security number in the 1099 tab can be seen by most R365 users. You can now give specific users the “View Vendor Tax ID” secondary role which will enable them to see SSN so they can review for accuracy.
More information on Franchisee Locations list - Spend less time finding the records you need with three new columns in the Franchisee Location list. Number, location number, and location name columns have been added to help identify records faster.
November 18, 2020
Report Email Subscriptions - Coming Soon to All Customers! Easily send valuable insights to anyone in your organization by sending reports through automated emails. The email subscription feature can be used with most reports in the “My Reports” section, and it’s easier for Admins to set them up without having to send a request to R365. This feature is currently out to Early Adopters but will be out to all Customers soon! See related documentation
Review all Locations on One AvT Report – Multi-location AvT is here! Hone in on the locations that need attention faster by seeing one report that shows actual vs. theoretical variances across all your locations and highlights the biggest variances. No more running reports for each location one at a time! See related documentation
Journal entries: Quick allocation to multiple locations - Allocate journal entry amounts to multiple locations quicker with the new dropdown menu that allows you to select multiple locations instead of adding locations one by one.
Journal entry types - The new “type” field in the journal entry screen allows users to categorize the journal entry as either “standard,” “amortization,” or “adjustment.” Imported journal entries can have a type of “beginning balance,” making it easy for R365 implementation coaches to identify beginning balance entries and minimize reconciliation time, or “payroll” to true up labor accrual entries. All types will be displayed in the new “types” column in the journal entries grid. See related documentation
Less restrictions on GL accounts/types in CFR - Accounting admins now have more flexibility when making changes to GL accounts that are used in Custom Financial Reports. Before this update, users could not make changes that would result in changing the “Type” within the “GL Type.” Now, the restriction is based on the GL type’s “Financial Report,” giving custom financial report users more flexibility while making it easier to make changes to GL accounts.
Display only “home store” employees in scheduler - Managers can now see a cleaner list of employees when scheduling by clicking the “home store only” checkbox in the employee view menu. By checking this box, managers will only see the employees that have the selected location as their home store and exclude employees who may have worked a few shifts at the selected location but are not regularly scheduled there.
Exclude total hours from printed schedule - Managers can now exclude the daily total hours for scheduled employees before printing the schedule. This gives them more flexibility to make day-of labor hour decisions without setting employee expectations of how many hours they will work. See related documentation
October 26, 2020
1099 Enhancements - The IRS introduced a new form 1099-NEC for nonemployee compensation and R365 has you covered! Here’s what you can expect:
- No manual updates: All your info has been migrated to the new structure
- More options: New 1099 tab gives you more ways to handle 1099 forms
- Reduced errors: More guardrails for better control of invoice processing
Labor matrix by day part - In addition to creating a custom labor matrix for each location, you can now define your day parts and create a labor matrix for each day part. See related documentation
Scheduling Overtime Rules - Managers can save time by creating rules that account for any hours worked over the weekly, daily, or 7th day overtime constraints. NOTE: Calculations will update theoretical/forecasting data not polled labor data.
October 7, 2020
Make saved report views public and default for other users - Admins can now share their saved views of reports within the My Reports section by making them public. If a saved view is made public, other users will be able to access the admin’s saved view. Admins can also choose to make their public saved view the default view for other users and either allow or disallow changes. See related documentation
AP Transactions: New Document Issues tab - Get tighter control over AP transactions by easily seeing any document issues that were assigned from Docs to Process and resolving them right from the AP transaction screen. Now, any transaction that is attached to a document that was flagged with an issue in Docs to Process will have a new tab labeled “Document Issues.” Users can view existing issues, add new issues, and resolve issues from within the grid. See related documentation
New Commissary Order History reports - Hone in on commissary ordering and fulfillment errors quicker with 3 new Commissary Order History reports. You now have access to order history reports by category, by location, and by item. With these reports, you can see how much was ordered, how much was fulfilled, and the variance between the two. You can then drill into any categories, locations, or items that have high variances. See related documentation