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July 2019 - Posts

  • Method Updates - July 18th, 2019

    The following updates are now live for users of Method

    QBO Updates

    • Upgrade QBO sync to support Intuit throttling limits of 10 requests per second

    Regards,

    Laks

  • Method Updates - July 16th, 2019

    The following updates are now live for users of Method

    New Features/Updates

    • Starting today we will be gradually rolling out technology improvements to batches of accounts. With these improvements, you should see a boost in performance as well as some minor UI changes and several bug fixes. The rollout will happen over a 3-4 week period.


    Regards,


    Michael

  • Method Updates - July 15th, 2019

    The following updates are now live for users of Method


    New Features/Updates

    • Ability to search multiple RecordIDs in Method New Audit Trail
    • Update Audit Trail Grid to show 25 records per page
    • Deprecation message about Audit Trail for Method Classic users in System page and Export
    Bugs
    • Fixed issue with Call Routine action where it was not showing Controls for App Routines. (PL-22927)
    • Fixed issue with App Routines builder where Loop through table actions were not deletable (PL-22926)
    • Fixed issue with App Routines where in some cases it was using archived routine instead of the published routine. (PL-22925)


    Regards,
    Laks

  • Method Updates - July 3rd, 2019

    The following updates are now live for users of Method

    New Feature

    • Method New - Audit Trail System Page under Account Settings to be made LIVE for all accounts
    • App Routines are now available to be used in customization.  Learn More

    Regards,
    Laks

  • Method Updates - July 2nd, 2019


    The following updates are now live for users of Method


    New feature

    • All emails sent via Method are now displayed in a central location to administrators. If the emails are sent using Methods email server you will also see clicks and opens for that email. Learn More

    Regards,

    Michael

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