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March 29, 2023

  New ways to organize sales and purchases

You’ll now see three lists when viewing sales or purchase orders: Open, Unpaid, and All.

Unpaid and All views are pretty straightforward, and the Open list will show any unfulfilled or unreceived orders. However, the Open list of sales orders has a few extra tricks.

Check out our blog post on prioritized orders and stock availability to learn more.

General improvements:

  •  We now push resized images to Shopify to avoid errors from images that are too large to upload.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  The scrollbar now works while you selected products for Showroom.
  •  The search field now shows results while you select products for Showroom.
  •  We fixed a “Maximum update depth exceeded” issue that could occur on the pricing scheme menu of sales orders.
  •  We fixed an issue that prevented Showroom orders from being confirmed and fulfilled.
  •  We fixed an issue that prevented you from selecting locations in transactions like stock transfers.
  •  We fixed an issue that prevented you from seeing some taxing schemes from QuickBooks Online during the integration’s setup.

March 22, 2023

  Print labels from your smartphone

You can now print labels from your smartphone in a few ways:

  • While viewing a purchase order, tap the Actions button to print labels
  • While viewing a product, tap the Actions button to print labels
  • While receiving you can choose to print labels as you receive or print labels after you’ve received everything

This process should feel very similar to printing labels from the web app. You can still choose from virtually any printer you’ve connected to inFlow and print labels that you’ve designed in inFlow Label Designer. For more info, check out our latest blog post on mobile label printing.

 Adjust stock from the web app

You can now manage and create stock from your browser.

We’ve also made a few improvements to stock adjustments as a whole:

  • You can now add Reasons to any stock adjustment record. You can customize your list of reasons from the Options screen.
  • You can now add up to 10 custom fields for stock adjustments.
  • You can now backdate stock adjustments, but only within the web app.

General improvements:

  •  Work orders can now have up to 10 custom fields.
  •  Work orders can now have due dates assigned to them.
  •   You can now view deactivated products on mobile.
  •   You can now Sell a product directly from the product record.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  We fixed an issue that prevented some Shopify users from connecting via the inFlow Connector app.
  •  We fixed an issue that prevented pulling WooCommerce products if the same image existed in the “Product gallery” section.
  •  Team members with restricted locations can no longer access stock from the default location if a sales order lacks an assigned location.
  •  inFlow will no longer push inventory for non-tracked products in Shopify.

February 14, 2023

 Big improvements to Shopify and WooCommerce sync

We’ve improved our sync with Shopify and WooCommerce.

For both platforms you can push images, barcodes, weight, prices, and sale prices (or “Compare at” prices for Shopify).

You can now pull in products from Shopify or WooCommerce to automatically create them in inFlow. This is great for starting fresh with a new store, or for updating inFlow with new products you’ve added on your ecommerce site.

And inFlow will pull in any pending orders from within the last year.

Last but not least, we’ve streamlined the integration settings. You can now create new inFlow locations from right within the settings window, and settings are now split into tabs for easier navigation.

General improvements:

  •  We’ve updated references to Extensiv Integration Manager (previously CartRover)

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  We fixed an issue that prevented new accounts from connecting to Extensiv Integration Manager.
  •  We fixed an issue that could keep you from checking out while buying a mailing label through EasyPost.
  •  You should no longer have issues saving large reports to PDF from the web app.
  •  We fixed a bug that prevented you from replacing an existing product image in the web app.
  •  Exported reports will no longer show the order URL in the Order # column.

January 31, 2023

General improvements:

  •  The inFlow API can now query for LastModifiedDateTime.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  The Top rankings (ex. Top 5 Products) now match the date range you use in the dashboard.
  •  Fixed an issue that prevented sales orders without a shipping address from syncing with Squarespace.
  •  We’ve patched some vulnerabilities in our document printing.

January 18, 2023

General improvements:

  •   We’ve added a new report for Sales Returns.
  •  Sales and purchase orders are now clickable from within web reports.
  •  You can now fulfill and pay purchase orders via import (just like you can for sales orders).
  •  Closed orders can now be updated by ecommerce integrations and inFlow Pay payments.
  •  You can now copy settings from one team member to another.
  •   The PO # field will now always display on sales orders (even if shipping is off).

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  Reports now show your chosen timezone, instead of being based on the timezone in Toronto (sorry about that, eh)
  •  Fixed a niche crash that could occur if you had both Xero and QuickBooks Online enabled and you experienced errors on the same SO
  •  Removed team members will no longer limit your ability to change plans (if those team members had access rights for features that are unavailable on your new plan).
  •  Clicking on the Reorder Now button from a low stock email now takes you directly to the reorder screen.
  •  If the Markup field is empty and your product uses fixed markup, your price will be set to your cost (instead of defaulting to $0).
  •  Last vendor now shows up in the reorder settings window.
  •  Details (like Quantity on Hand or Cost) will now refresh whenever you switch tabs within a product record.
  •  Quantity breakdown will now update after you save changes to a product record.
  •  The product vendor tab will no longer show deactivated vendors.
  •  You’ll no longer have to save twice if you update a product’s pricing scheme.
  •  The movement history tab will now collect all serialized quantity changes on one line (as long as they’re on the same order).
  •  Service and non-stocked products will no longer show a movement history tab.
  •  We fixed label printing from the Windows app for users who had not previously used DYMO labels.

January 3, 2023

inFlow Label Designer + inFlow Print Helper  

inFlow now has a built-in label designer and support for thermal printers from DYMO, Zebra, brother, and more.

Our new label designer offers a few templates to help you get a running start, but you can also create your own designs with your own logos and custom elements.

Once you’ve prepared a label, inFlow will guide you through setting up the inFlow Print Helper, which will enable you to preview and print your labels.

To try these new features just head to Inventory options page in the inFlow web app, find the Label section, and select Create.

Order and Movement history come to the web app  

We’ve given the product record page a makeover, and we’ve added some features from the Windows app while we were at it.

You can now see product vendors, order history, and movement history while viewing your product record. This makes it a lot easier to pinpoint what has impacted your stock levels at any given location, without having to run a report.

These features could be a huge time saver going into 2023, and we hope you enjoy using them!

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  The Windows app was missing some of the individual reordering options that are available in the web app.
  •  You can now scroll within the Shipment Details window.
  •  “Group by” columns will now show up on all printed reports
  •  CSV exports of the Sales by Product Details report were missing Order Date information.
  •  Renamed fields weren’t displaying properly in the web app.
  •  Deactivated Shopify locations should no longer show up in the inFlow Connector app.
  •  You should no longer see a “Cannot connect to Shopify” error if you use an adjustment line to match taxing schemes.
  •  Verifying your email could sometimes take you to a blank page.
  •  We fixed a niche application error that occurred while logged into two different inFlow accounts in the same browser session.

December 14, 2022

 inFlow Connector app for Shopify connections

We’ve had to make some changes to how inFlow connects to Shopify to comply with Shopify’s guidelines.

If your inFlow account is connected to Shopify now, you’ll simply have to re-authorize your Shopify connection with the new inFlow Connector app by January 24, 2023 to maintain the connection.

For full instructions, just head to your inFlow integration settings.

General improvements:

  •  inFlow can once again push shipping info back to Shopify, but you’ll have to make sure to use the new inFlow Connector app to do this.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  We fixed an issue that prevented customers from adding extra integrations, even if they’d purchased more on their plan.
  •  We fixed a number of niche issues that could prevent shipping info from being pushed to Shopify:
    •  If Sales UoM being greater than Standard UoM
    •  If a shipping line in inFlow was missing a box number

November 30, 2022

General improvements:

  •  Currency codes now show up on-screen for foreign currencies.
  •    Stock transfers now warn you if your transfer will cause negative inventory levels.
  •   Quantity Available now displays in the product picker for POs, SOs, stock transfers, and vendor products.
  •   You can now see quantity on hand, quantity available, and quantity on order while viewing a product card.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  We solved an admin issue that could prevent you from removing team members from your account.
  •   Searching for symbols will no longer cause the app to get stuck in a “loading” state.
  •  We fixed an issue that caused the stock transfer list to keep refreshing itself.
  •  The “Auto fill” button will no longer overlap the calendar popup on SOs and POs.

November 8, 2022

General improvements:

  •  Your inFlow subscription invoices include the tax registration number from Archon Systems (the company that makes inFlow Cloud).
  •  To add more security, reCaptcha has been added to the inFlow website.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  Error when uploading custom documents.
  •   EasyPost: shipping method names no longer get cut off if too long.
  •   We’ve fixed a few typos throughout the system.
  •  API rate limits have been restored to 60/60.

October 18, 2022

General improvements:

  •  Changing the email address of an inFlow account will now log out all active sessions for that account for security purposes.

Stuff we’ve fixed:

  •  We fixed a Showroom issue that could show default prices instead of your customer’s price.
  •  Sales orders without a shipping address weren’t being pulled from Squarespace
  •  We now remove any EXIF data from images uploaded to inFlow.
  •   Team members will now see an error message if they attempt to pick orders without proper access rights.