Upgrade complete

The upgrade to Xero over the weekend has been completed. We hope the downtime didn’t cause you too much inconvenience.

Improvements to credit notes are the major part of today’s release. You can now raise credit notes directly against a customer or supplier in either accounts receivable or accounts payable.

We’ll post more details soon, in the mean time you can view the release notes here.

Thanks to all those who fed me coffee and zapped me to keep going – I’m off home now!

3 Comments

Chris
November 9, 2008 at 8:08 pm

Its pleasing to see the maintence took less time than predictied, congrats on the feature upgrades, i’ve just had a quick look and it seems alot quicker and smoother

Now bring on Multi-Currency

James
November 10, 2008 at 11:16 am

I can almost taste the next release. Partial payments against invoices from bank rec will be rad. But I sense reports one day with real-time access to currency fluctuations – that’s going to be choooice.

Katie
November 10, 2008 at 11:33 am

Congrats on the upgrade! Your hard work has paid off! Bring on part payments in the rec screen 🙂

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