The 2nd set of August EQ updates include revamped PO Reference Numbers, with additional suffix, an editable “taxable” flag on catalog items, and a text change on email footers.
New August updates include Sidekick Search improvements/fixes, three new Proposals/Contracts,
4M Sales Training is now available as an online webinar course, AND it’s FREE to EQ Users! Click the link to get access to this most valuable training in the industry.
If your browser fills in your password for EQ for you, and suddenly stops for whatever reason, here’s how you can find out what your saved passwords are.
Sometimes your browser session gets “choked up”, so to speak and things don’t work right. When this happens and doesn’t clear itself up, you may need to clear your cache. Here’s how to do that.
Did you know you can create your own catalogs for “Allowances” in EQ? You can, for just about anything. Follow these instructions.
New features and fixes in the May release include new columns that show “Rejected Quote Reasons/Comments”, “Supplier & Installer Types” and other miscellaneous features and fixes.
Most manufacturer promotions can be built into the EQ catalog. Follow these steps to use the promotions to take advantage of price discounts when quoting/selling.
These are the new features and fixes for April. They include fixes to UDC Catalog editor, installation on line items, proposals and contracts, and more.
A large update was released in March, including new features like Color Proposals / Contracts, Automated SPA Numbers, Tasks Fixes and much more.
The February update includes printing multiple POs, Proposal / Report changes and other new features / fixes.
There are multiple places in EQ to get reports, depending on what you’re looking for. This reviews all of them in detail.
EQ has been updated with major improvements in the Catalog Switcher, as well as the Specbooks import, Bulk Actions and other areas.
The December EQ Update includes new changes to PO Reference numbers, new report changes, and various other improvements.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has been added to EQ, a “Customer” section to Pick Tickets, and various other improvements.
EQ has been updated with 2 new line item contracts and Specbooks import.
Watch this video to learn how to customize your lists of items in EQ and make them specific for your company.
2 new features were added in this update. Fuel Surcharges are now part of EQ to charge and show your customers. Descriptions and Notes fields are now expandable so you can see the entire thing to edit. Also a few bug fixes are included.
We’ve introduced a new report which is like the Order Totals Report, but it’s broken down by “Service Reason Code”. This way you can see the totals by Reason Code on Service Orders.
We’ve added the ability to track backordered items to EQ Purchase Orders. If an item gets backordered you can now mark it “Backordered” and it will show as such on Pick Tickets.
The 2nd Set of Updates in March 2022 include new Proposal / Contract updates to make them look more modern. These are the first of many updates that will be made to Proposals & Contracts. Also included is a major performance update when bulk deleting Selections.
If you notice your login form has weird shading and it’s hard to see the text, or your text has turned white on a white background so you can’t see it, you need to turn off your “Dark Mode” theme.
If your Customers or Suppliers are not receiving emails sent from EQ, use this information to fix the problem once and for all.
You can now export Sales Orders and Purchase Orders to QuickBooks (you can import them as Sales Orders or Estimates in QB). This is handled via a 3rd party application.
When you want to show subtotals by Room or Item Group and NOT show a Grand Total (for example, if you’re showing Options and don’t want them included in a total), this report is to accomplish that.