Being able to change invoice numbers in Reckon One

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I feel that not being able to change invoice numbers in Reckon One is a major disadvantage. Mostly when you input clients data, unless you are a new company you are not starting from 1, but trying to replicate their previous sequence.
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Andrea Blowes

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Posted 3 years ago

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Rav, Community Manager

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It's a very good idea you've raised Andrea,

At this stage, the ability to change the default 'INV' prefix is available but not the invoice number itself.

There is a feature request logged for consideration to allow a different starting number for the invoice numbering count and I'll keep this idea open also.

Cheers
Rav
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The issue has been raised and 'logged' many times in the last 2 years that I've seen, there are threads 2 years old requesting this. Time for some action?
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Tim Ozmen

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I CAN NOT BELIEVE THIS! I JUST SPENT 2 HOURS CONFIGURING EVERYTHING AND I CAN'T EVEN CHANGE THE INVOICE ID? WHAT THE HELL :S
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Yes, I think this would be a great option. Example, my wife MUST issue a hand-written document for daycare services (govt requirement for payment of family benefit) that has it's own reference number. Each customer has their own book with sequential reference numbers. Currently, I replicate this document into an invoice for Reckon One recording and reconciliation. I currently put the reference number of the handwritten doc into the invoice as a Reference, but ideally, making the Invoice number the same as the reference would make reconciliation of payments much easier, and also less confusing for our customers.

Do we have a timetable on when/if this might happen? Seems like it could be an easy update to apply.

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