Release Notes: December 2017

Written by Patrick Vernallis in Blog
December 5, 2017:

The Bill4Time product team releases new and enhanced features, system improvements, and bug fixes several times per week. Organized by month, the Release Notes blog series will highlight all the changes we’ve implemented, so you can easily stay up-to-date on what’s new. If you have a question, feedback, or an idea – please leave a comment below!

Take a look at what we’ve released this December:

 

Updated 12/7/2017

Time & Expenses Graph – Our developers have identified and resolved a regression where the bar graph found under Time and Expenses was not displaying properly for all users. This was a display-only issue and it did not affect any underlying time or expense entry data. The graph is now fully restored.

Billable Entry Toggle – Thanks to user feedback we uncovered a bug where certain users, although they had the appropriate permissions to do so, were unable to check or uncheck the ‘Billable’ box found on a Time Entry. This issue is now resolved for all affected users.

 

Updated 12/5/2017

Contractor Rate Overrides – Our developers have identified and resolved a bug where the user was prevented from removing a contractor pay rate override although they had the appropriate permissions to complete this action. This issue is now resolved for all users with the permission to edit/define rates.

Invoice Email BCC – We’ve implemented a new invoice email feature that will allow you to BCC (blind carbon copy) one or more addresses when sending your invoice emails. Our plan is to further this new feature by enabling an option to define BCC defaults on a firm-wide or per client/project basis, and these defaults will automatically populate the BCC field when preparing your invoice emails.

 

 

Click here to view November’s Release Notes

Question or comment about a change we’ve made?
Please contact Bill4Time Support by Email or phone: 877-245-5484

Written by Patrick Vernallis

Patrick Vernallis

Patrick is a Technical Analyst at Bill4Time. He collaborates with a team of developers and other colleagues to help Bill4Time users achieve success through streamlined processes for time tracking, invoicing, and payments.

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