Here are some of the highlights of features, improvements, and bug fixes we shipped in August.
If a property does not have a Building Energy Rating stored this can now be highlighted in an alert report, along with other properties missing this data. Where BER details are available, these have now been added to the export.
It is now possible to store contact names for Service Managers and Project Leaders against properties.
The Housing Officer Analysis report has been updated to include figures for new let properties (unoccupied) and mesne rates units.
Several export files have been updated to include new fields. The Housing Group ID, Housing Group, Property ID and Property References have been added to the Tenancy Charges and Tenancy Charge Receipts exports. Void report exports (New Lets and Re-lets) have also been expanded to include Housing Group and Housing Group References.
Email signatures are now included in work order quote request and assignment emails sent to suppliers.
Purchase orders may now be stored against work orders for easy reference, and this field is also searchable via the global search facility.
For full details of all updates each month, check out the Release Notes section of the Affinity product helpdesk.
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