What's that? Another Inventory release? That's right. The July 31st release for Inventory is finally here and that means another batch of fresh updates to help make your back of house existence a bit more sublime. Queue gif of Gordon Ramsay saying "you're unstoppable".
While building a count frequency, users are now able to choose whether their count will follow a standard calendar or fiscal calendar that has been assigned to their organization. While time bending itself is pretty cool, having the freedom and accessibility to base counts on standards set by your organization is even better.
Organizations that use Weighted Average Cost as their valuation method in Inventory are now able to view the transaction history for their items. This insight will give users further clarity and reasoning behind the cost for a particular item.
While doing unit conversions, users are now able to swap the TO and FROM fields. This improvement not only leads to greater ease of use but also gives someone the ability to read things from right to left if they want to.
Users are now also able to input up to three values after the decimal point when building a unit of measure in Inventory. This means two things:
1) A higher level of tuning when it comes to units of measure and conversions.
2) We are finally able to find out what comes after the number 4 in pi.