Today’s #TipTuesday post is a simple one, and it’s about user notifications. In GP 2013 R2, the “Send Users Message” feature was introduced as an easy way to send a notification to users who are logged in or to add a task to users’ reminder list in Dynamics GP.
Today’s #TipTuesday is a brief post about Budget Transactions. Introduced in GP 2010, Budget Transactions were a feature to add more control over budget changes in Dynamics GP. Here is a brief post on how it works.
Today’s #TipTuesday post comes from a GPUG forum question that someone posted recently, answered by Victoria Yudin. It’s a good example of what I like to post as “tips” because it’s pretty small, but useful to know.
The question essentially was around getting an error about an inactive Retained Earnings account when trying to run the year end close routine in the General Ledger in Dynamics GP, and the poster questioning if it’s because “Close to Divisional Account Segments” was marked.
Today’s #TipTuesday is around the permissions required for either creating reports or publishing reports in SSRS. These are permissions as they relate to Report Builder 3.0 at least, as I haven’t tested that the exact same is true via Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS). I assume the same applies but haven’t tested that myself so YMMV.
Also of note: this article is purely on the permissions required in SSRS itself, I am not touching on the data side but obviously the users who are previewing data here will also require the correct access to the data depending on what your data sources are.
Today’s #TipTuesday I *swear* I’ve blogged about before but for the life of me, I cannot find it in my posts. So… I’m documenting it here because I ran into this again after our latest Dynamics GP upgrade and had to search for my own documentation to find the details of the fix.
This tip is on how to remove the “day of the week” name from the date format on Management Reporter (MR) reports, if using the @datelong autotext code.
I wrote this on a plane because I realized I was heading on vacation and hadn’t yet written a #TipTuesday post yet. I’m on a roll now and didn’t want to skip a week!! So, this is pretty short, and maybe everyone else knows about this but it was new to me so I thought I would share.
Today’s #TipTuesday has nothing to do with Dynamics GP. I was working from home the other day and was connecting to the office via Remote Desktop Services. I have a small tip to share with those of you that do the same and have multiple monitors at home.
This week’s #TipTuesday is about the navigation pane and some very brief tips on personalizing what you see.
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Today’s #TipTuesday is a recap of the User Preferences window. Last week I was doing some upgrade testing with some staff and I realized some users weren’t aware of how to personalize some elements of their Dynamics GP environment. So, this is a brief recap of what kinds of things are in the User Preferences window.