We've released a cropping-specific production tracker targeted towards requirements for broad-acre cropping operations in Australia and the US.
Our latest release allows advisers to generate consolidated reporting across multiple Xero organisations (for example, if a farm trades as a limited company but also includes a Trust).
While the Xero API update has been our key focus this month, we've also been working on further UI and functionality updates, including:
We've updated our sync and reporting code to use the new payments journal endpoint on the Xero API. This has enabled a significantly improved speed of syncing between Xero and Figured.
Figured has been ordering your reports by the chart codes in Xero, and by Figured's default report headings.
Now you have another option to order both your accounts and report categories alphabetically instead, which can make it easier when trying to compare reports and farms.
When you share your financial reports, you can now add notes to any value on the screen.
Our new cropping tracker is still in beta (see update below for more information about getting started), however if you're using it, we've made a few updates since initial release:
The 'Budgets' tab has now been renamed 'Planning'. This is so users know that they can access and work on their forecast here, as well as their budget.