Experts agree, get inFlow version 2.3!

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough
inflow 2.3

The inFlow team has been hard at work and it’s time once again to release the new and improved inFlow to the public! Thank you to all our customers who participated in the beta test and helped to make this the best version of inFlow yet! This release incorporates the changes which have been addressed over the past few beta’s as well as as few new features to make it even easier to use inFlow

The inFlow team has been hard at work and it’s time once again to release the new and improved inFlow to the public!  Thank you to all our customers who participated in the beta test and helped to make this the best version of inFlow yet!

This release incorporates the changes which have been addressed over the past few beta’s as well as as few new features to make it even easier to use inFlow.

With this release we have improved the way inFlow imports your information from outside sources, it will even confirm changes made during the import.  What’s more, you can now import inventory levels and choose whether to add them to the current stock, subtract them or completely replace the information currently in the system.  We’ve added three new reports to the reporting module and sped up daily operations.  When transferring stock you will now have the ability to add by location and there is now a tool which allows you to right click on a table item and choose “fill down” to quickly change many items in a table (eg. when choosing the location from which to pull your inventory during a sales order).

There are plenty more exciting improvements to the program so head please take a moment to peruse the release notes regarding the changes which have been made to this version: https://www.inflowinventory.com/KnowledgeBase/questions/190/Release+Notes

To download now, visit the download page:
https://www.inflowinventory.com/software-download.aspx

Siobhan Hitchmough

About Siobhan Hitchmough

Siobhan Hitchmough is a customer advocate, community manager and part-time tutorial wrangler. When she's not seeking out new challenges she leads the community and support team at inFlow Inventory.

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