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New UI: Sort out "New Batch Payment"

I have some clients with 100's of outstanding invoices.
Obviously they pay the oldest invoices first.
With the new GUI, to get to the oldest invoices, I have to hit "Load more" about a trillion times to get to the oldest invoice.
Can I ask you to load them oldest first rather than newest first? Or allow us to look at up to 100 at a time like we do for invoices or quotes?
  • Anonymous
  • Jan 10 2017
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  • Gary Newbrook commented
    January 10, 2017 09:14

    Sorry guys, but I have to concur with a need to be able to reverse the order.

    Perhaps the solution is to display the rows in descending order to cover the people who need to pay invoices in reverse on first load but then present a button to reverse the order?

    I am a small trader with lots of invoices to go through... it is extremely frustrating to have to hit load more numerous times - for every supplier...

  • Nigel Chambers commented
    January 10, 2017 09:14

    It is very frustrating that when doing a batch payment only a few of the outstanding invoices are shown and I have to keep on hitting "Load More" to see all outstanding invoices.

    It is surely common sense that when doing a batch payment, the whole idea is that all outstanding invoices are shown all at once so that they can be selected. Otherwise what's the point of doing a batch entry.

  • KashFlow Product Manager commented
    January 10, 2017 09:14

    This is a limit put in place due to system performance, if we were to extend this we cut jeopardise the performance of the system with increased loading times etc. We can certainly look into the effects of a slightly raised limit, but I cant promise anything

  • Anonymous commented
    January 10, 2017 09:14

    One other thing, I regularly get more than 100 invoices paid at a time. The bulk invoice allocation is set for a max of 100 invoices. Is this just a number put in by you or actually a system limit? If just a random number, please change it to 150 or 200 or 1000.