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For those using Karbon billing, do you know why “Actual (time period)” is different from “Actual”. I found if I run a certain period, it’s not the same. It seem “Actual” capturing all the time in the work item since work item has been created but “Actual (time period)” only revelant the period you run for?
Hi All,I’m starting to dig into the API a bit and am having some trouble getting it off the ground. I’m a beginner, but a quick learner and I feel like I’m missing a small piece.What I want to do is refresh my work list in an Excel document so I don’t have to keep exporting reports from Karbon for my capacity planning. I think I’m missing an important step in how Karbon authenticates the connection.Here’s what I have for my query in Excel:And here’s the error I’m getting:I’ve tried a couple different things with no difference. I don’t want to hard-code the API Key to the query, but I’ll try that next to see if it works.I did notice that when you use the copy function from the website, it pre/appends spaces to the string. I removed both spaces and it still won’t authenticate.
By default my list view has the columns ordered in the same order they’re listed in the filter list:Name, Client Name, Related Client Group, Status, etc.Is there any way to order these? For some of my saved views I’d like to have the fees and budget over towards the left more, among other things.I have tried to drag and drop but that doesn’t do anything.Thanks in advance.
A client sends an email which requires an action to both me and a work colleague.I save the email into task.I action the work required.In comments (blue section) I write “ Email has been actioned” so that I can look quickly at all emails within that task to see if they have been dealt with.The problem we have is that when I write a comment because the original email included a colleague she also gets a message showing my comments. How do I write internal comments which everyone can see but don’t have to be notified of. My colleague is complaining that her triage is being filled up with my one line comments.
Is it possible to change the start in the repeating work? This is what I am experiencing.If I try to change the repeat settings, changing the start date for the repeat is not an option. I am able to edit the start and end dates for a singular piece of work but that does not seem translate to the repeating work.It seems that the only option is to cancel the repeat and start over which can be tricky because you can accidentally delete a POW you need if your not careful.Has anyone else had any experience with this?
Also please have sent emails searchable, when I search for emails I know I sent that didn’t get replied to, they don’t show up. Would also be great if we could have a little button on sending emails that can do a “follow-up if no reply X days or by X date” so I don’t have to manually add a follow-up to my to do list off an email.
I am looking to create a list of recurring admin task that I perform. I am hoping this is the last year i have to do any of this stuff. I’d like to create a recurring Work project and assign the Work to an office manager next year. Some of the tasks I want to put in the Work are:Renewing tax software license - Nov 15 Rolling forward tax software - Dec 1 Rolling forward depreciation software - Jan 31 Pay state CPA firm dues - Feb 15 Updating engagement letters - Dec 15 Renewing technical subscriptions - various EtcAny ideas would be appreciated.I am trying to Clockwork my firm.Thanks,Marty
I don’t know about all of you, but our client tasks are received in junk/spam folders all the time. This is very annoying because they don’t see it!Do you have any hacks/ideas to stop this from happening? Or to help clients find the email?We have added a small note in our booking confirmation email to let them know the checklist may go to their junk folder.
We use generic emails (office@ etc) which are used for our Users in Karbon. When an employee leaves, we will disconnect the user and related email. However, when we have a new employee start we will allocate them an email from a past employee. The user is then updated with the new employee’s name and details, using the existing email.This will then overwrite all of the past comments, work etc that had been allocated and completed by the past employee. Eg. “Jane” commented on 01/01/2021, will then change from “Jane” to the new name “David”. Is there a way to have the past name “Jane” remain on all the past work and comments, but all new work and comments be from “David”?
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I’m reviewing our Email Insights and for the first time I noticed that our placeholder accounts are being calculated. We have colleague accounts that have never been activated for placeholders and between the three of them, I’m wondering what kind of impact this is having on my overall metrics.How can we remove the non-activated accounts from the calculations?
Many of our contacts have multiple email addresses, and some are appropriate when contacting them about personal matters, while others are appropriate for places that they work, etc.Following the 2.13.22 update, we are no longer able to select a specific email when sending client tasks---we can only select the contact! But this doesn’t allow us to be certain which email address associated with the contact the client task checklist will send to!No good!
How do we set up our work items and tracking so that we can use the kanban to identify how long a work item has been in our office? We have a turn around goal and we are struggling to identify how a work item is tagged in a way that we can sort in the kanban to quickly see whose return comes next for work. So, how do we track what day the information is considered received in our office and filter or sort by that in the kanban?
Dear peers, I would like to understand your practice and logic of Karbon in managing access of the users to some certain change in key job management information.Facts:work assignee do not have experiences and authority to decide the start date and due date of a work. In my firm, manager decide who work on which work, and in what time frame.However, in Karbon, all users are able to change everything in a work setting, budget, fee, declines, starting date. It is becoming messy and lack of control/supervision and we cannot measure the result (say deadline meeting status) for each staff, since it is just one click for them to move the deadline or other information. I would like to understand how other peer firm is monitoring and controlling this? What is Karbon’s management logic behind this? I understand Karbon may encourage open and transparent work culture. But without saying dishonesty of team member, junior team member normally only does the work and have basic technical skills, but
Looking for a solution to email clients for reasons not part of a workflow. i run into situations that i need to notify clients for some reason or another. Most of the time is wrapped around a work type. An example would be that need to email payroll clients in New York about upcoming min wage increase. Right now I’m exporting the entire contact list and workflow separately. i then i use a formula to match the client code in both files to pulling the email address. The process always takes me about a hour to send an email.
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