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2 posts from April 2016

TSheets Adds Employee Scheduling Features

One of the most loved employee time tracking apps for QuickBooks (rated 5 stars!) has recently added some new functionality for tracking employee schedules too.

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TSheets now offers you the ability to:

  • Eliminate dry-erase boards and funky Excel sheets
  • Schedule employees by shift
  • Schedule staff by job or task - just drag and drop on the schedule
  • Push notifications to employees by text or e-mail

Naturally, TSheets offers an impressive array of methods to capture your employees time, including:

  • Desktop or laptop computers connected to the internet (you can even work offline and upload when online)
  • Smartphones or tablets (Apple or Android)
  • Text message
  • Even call-in capabilities to record time

And did I mention that they offer GPS time-stamping too?

A 14 day, no risk free trial of TSheets is yours for the asking, so if you need an easy way to track employee time or create employee schedules, visit with them today for a closer look. If you like what you see, use code BLASACCTG and get 10% off the TSheets service.

ARE YOU CURRENTLY USING TSHEETS?

If so, your comments and feedback on how it is working out for you are welcome!

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History of Items Purchased Report in QuickBooks

Many businesses that carry inventory need to run a purchase history of those items now and then for planning purposes.

If you are one of those businesses, QuickBooks delivers with the Purchases by Item Summary report.

Located by clicking Reports > Purchases > Purchases by Item Summary (there is a detail version too!), you'll unlock a report that looks like this sample (click the image for a larger view):

Purchase by Item Summary Report

Here you can easily pick the range of desired dates, and QuickBooks will then populate the report with the quantity of the item purchased and the total dollars spent on that item as well.

NOTE: This report works just as well for non-inventory parts too!


GETTING A MORE GRANULAR VIEW OF THE PURCHASE HISTORY

Here's a tip if you want to do a more detailed analysis of the purchase history of your items:

On the report above, look for the option at the top of the report that says "Show Columns" and change it to month. Here is how it would look once you do that:

Purchases by Item Summary by Month

In this view, you can see on a monthly basis exactly what is happening with the purchase history of each of your items!

Pair this with the ability to export this report to Excel, you have unlocked a simple yet powerful way to track the purchase history of your inventory and non-inventory items in QuickBooks!

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