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We often receive information from our suppliers about products during the PO creation process, it would be useful as we get updated information to be able to edit the product note directly from the Purchase Order rather than having to click through to the product first, to speed along the process.2 votes
Add an "update" button to the edit purchase orders screen. It's very annoying that any time we want to update a price on a purchase order we have to click the Save button at the bottom and it saves the PO and takes you back to the list of purchase orders, when in fact what we want to do is save the progress so far and continue editing.2 votes
Currently the purchase order needs to be manually input. This can lead to errors.
There could be a facility in settings to enter a purchase order format and starting number initially when setting up SF (useful if you've just moved systems )
Then auto increase the number when creating a new PO.1 vote
We would love to be able to apply a % discount to an entire Purchase Order as it's being put together, to automatically adjust the prices by e.g. 5% instead of manually changing, or exporting/importing the PO.6 votes
Currently when raising an ad-hoc purchase order (there is no input of costs when raising this) - the Last cost price of a product gets overwritten by the 'supplier cost' value - which would be the first cost the product was bought at unless manually updated.
The proposal would be that ad-hoc POs use the Last cost price as a SKU's default cost - so that A) the cost price is accurate to what it was last bought for B) the 'Last cost price' doesn't get permanently overwritten by the 'supplier cost'3 votes
I will close this off and make a support ticket for you
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