We have made changes to the options for time intervals in Get Data > Data import jobs.
In the past, users had multiple options for setting up and scheduling data import jobs, such as Last Quarter, Last Week, etc.
We have now made it easier by reducing the number of options to these four:
For scheduling data import jobs, users can now only use the Days option, and the number of days can be no more than 100. However, the other data import job date options may be manually run at any time.
We have also added a new column that shows the data import period:
These changes will affect all existing data import jobs. Existing import jobs will be migrated to corresponding days, or set to 100 if they exceed the allowed number of days.
NOTE: The previous import jobs called Today and Yesterday are migrated to Days (1), and the job called Last Month is migrated to Days (40).
It might be a good idea to check your existing data import jobs to see if they are still suited to your needs. You may also want to check the names of your jobs. Go to Get Data and click Data import jobs. Here, you find the complete list of your data import jobs. In the Data import period column, you can see the period the job covers. If you want to edit the job, click Edit. To delete a job, click Delete.
As most of our customers do not need to see the Excel headers in the reports, we have disabled the headers from the default view. We have done this to improve the visualization of the reports. However, you can turn on the headers if you want. To do so;
We have created a new report that gives users an overview of the company’s liquidity from today and 30 days ahead. The report only shows data from the financial system and is built on a standard Norwegian chart of accounts. The report contains a separate tab that provides a detailed explanation of the report definition. This is the beta report, so if you discover errors or you see that something is missing, please report this to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have fixed an issue where users have experienced issues with packaging reports that include hidden sheets. The hidden sheets would not be included in the package and these might include important calculations for the report to work.