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Release Notes: December 21, 2020

This release includes the following changes:

Deactivate stock locations

If you’re an administrator, you can now deactivate stock locations that you no longer need, so that users can't access them. For example, a deactivating stock location would prevent technicians from accidentally selecting that stock location on a work order.

Note

Only administrators can deactivate stock locations. Non-administrators can't deactivate stock locations or view inactive stock location records.

You can only a deactivate stock location if the quantity on hand is 0 and it’s not associated with any of the following items:

  • Active scheduled maintenance

  • Open purchase orders

  • Open work orders

  • Open cycle counts

  • Draft receipts

To deactivate individual stock locations, open the stock location in Supplies > Current Stock or Supplies > Parts and Supplies > Stock, and switch the new status toggle to Inactive:

A stock record with the status toggle highlighted. The toggle is switched to Inactive.

You can also deactivate multiple stock locations at once by selecting the new checkboxes in Supplies > Current Stock, and then clicking More > Deactivate All Checked:

Multiple stock records selected with the More > Deactivate All menu item highlighted.

The new Status column in Supplies > Current Stock displays an icon representing the stock location's current status. The pause icon means the stock location is inactive, and the play icon means that it’s active:

The stock list with the Status column highlighted.

To support this feature, we’ve also added the ability to filter stock locations by status. To filter stock locations, select the status you want to filter on in the new drop-down list in Supplies > Current Stock:

The status filter

To learn more, see Deactivate stock locations.

 

Bug fixes

The following bug was fixed in this release:

ID

Description

BUG-623

Fixed an issue where some work order fields were not displayed when you used the web app in French.

 
 
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