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TimeSolv Version 20201005 Feature Updates & Bug Fixes

Release Date: October 5, 2020

#1: Enhancement: Page Break After Each Matter in a Consolidated Invoice

We have added a page break after each Matter in Consolidated Invoices so as to improve the readability of the Invoice.

#2: Bug Fix: Import – Related Party – Limited to 120 Rows per File

It was reported that when trying to import a ‘Related Party’ the file would have thousands of entries but the system would give an error with each import. This has been fixed.

#3: Bug Fix: Import – Inactive Client Makes Matters Inactive BUT WITHOUT an Inactive Date

It was reported if you imported Clients to make them inactive, they would automatically make the Matter inactive but the system would not assign an Inactive Date, and adding a date would be unavailable. This has been fixed.

#4: Bug Fix: Abbreviations are Imported with Data not Allowed

It was reported that the Abbreviation file was being imported with the code field having space, single quote, double quote, and characters in it. Since this data is not allowed, this has been fixed.

#5: Bug Fix: Report – Payment History – Report Generated for Other Responsible Timekeepers Even if not Assigned to the Matter

It was being observed that some Clients were showing in a report even if there was no Responsible TimeKeeper assigned to that Client – Matter. This has been fixed.

#6: Bug Fix: Payment – User not Allowed to set Date for a Credit Memo Transaction for the Client – Matter with ‘On File’ Payment Settings

It was being reported that when the system was fetching ‘On File’ payment settings under Payment>Payment screen, the ‘Date’ field would be disabled. This has been fixed.

#7: Bug Fix: Rate Does not Appear as Task Code is Copied

It was reported that the task rate was not being copied from the Task Code. This has been fixed.

#8: Enhancement: Payments – On Changing of Type & Client – Matter Field the ‘Calendar’ Drop-down Does not Appear

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