We’re always looking to improve Float to match the needs of our customers. So, this month we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to push some updates to improve the product’s speed, as well as working on some new features, to make the process of managing your invoices and bills easier than ever before.
So read all about our latest updates and then log-in to your account, or sign up to a free trial, to check them out for yourself:
We’ve improved performance, especially when you’re navigating within the budget crease/edit modal – it now works much faster, especially for users with a lot of data!
We’ve made changes to the Daily Breakdown tab. Now you can: Include/exclude budgets from the Daily Breakdown. This will allow you to see exactly what bills/invoices you’re expecting to pay/receive for a specific timeframe – super useful if you’re wanting to see a detailed view of the coming days or weeks. We’ve also added headline numbers to the daily breakdown. This means you can quickly and easily see how much cash is in the business for a specific time-frame.
We’ve improved the ‘Exclude’ function for budgets. Previously, you could only exclude a single budget in a month. Now, you can exclude a budget for one month, or all future months – which will make the process far more streamlined and efficient!
We made some changes to how overdue bills and invoices are labelled. Now, an item will become overdue when it passes its original due date – which aligns with how Xero, QuickBooks Online, and FreeAgent treat overdue items.
We’ve also been working hard on building a great on-boarding journey for new users – suggesting budgets, helping them select the right bank accounts, and dealing with old invoices/bills.
To check out our product updates for yourself, sign up for a free 14-day trial today or log in to your account!
As always, if you have any questions or comments about our new features, or anything about the product itself, then please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org; we’re always happy to help and appreciate all feedback!
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