Planned packagings can (optionally) increase the available stock figure for the future dated orders
If you'd like to sell stock that hasn't yet been packaged/racked, and keep on the "Prevent over-selling of stock " option, this can now be done with a new setting! You can enable the "Available stock to check planned packaging" option in Settings > Product settings.
When an order has a future planned delivery date (or invoice date, if delivery hasn't been scheduled yet), and the new option is enabled, Breww will check any planned packagings between now and this date, and assume this stock will be produced in time for the delivery.
The packaging must be planned for before the delivery date (any planned packagings on the date of delivery will not be considered available in time).
The setting will have no impact on the available stock shown in other places as these places don't have a future date to add planned packaging to. This setting will also, therefore, have no impact on the quantity of stock synced to external ecommerce/POS platforms.
Assigned container codes are now shown on the delivery manifest
Delivery notes can now be automatically emailed upon delivery completion
To enable this new option and customise the email message, please go to Settings > Email settings, and find the section on "Delivery notes".
You can now add Calculated fields to Packaging Approvals
You can now add custom customer activity types
It's now possible to add your own custom customer activity types in Customers > Settings & tools > Activity types.
Customer tags that are no longer needed can now be deleted
This can be done from the same place where you create new tags. If any customers/contacts have the tag, then it will be removed from them, and there’s no undo button, so please use with caution!
The Purchase Order and Inventory Receipts lists now show the document value to save you having to click into the document
When adding a task from the main tasks section, you can now optionally choose a customer to relate the task to
It's now possible to prevent invoice reminders being sent to customers who normally pay by Direct Debit
To take advantage, make sure the customer's preferred payment method is set to Direct Debit (edit the customer if needed), and then for each reminder, you can choose if you'd like these customers excluded from the emails.