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Release Notes

Below are the notable changes to the Project level Commitments tool. 

Recent Changes

Changed the Maximum Character Length for Commitment Titles (3/13/2017) 

Updated the ERP Integrations tool to change how the system determines the maximum character length for the 'Title' of a commitment.  See What is the maximum character length of a commitment's 'Title'? for more information. 

Updated Requisition And Subcontract Pages For Layout Consistency (3/1/2017)

Updated the Requisition show, subcontract create, and subcontract edit information table to all use the same layout as the Requisition Admin pages. The Requisition Start and Requisition End dates will be side by side on the first row. The Billing Date will be the first cell in the second row.

Added An Empty State View For the Billings Page (3/1/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to add the empty state to the Billings page. This informs the user there are 'No results found' if the filters display no results.

Added Error Messaging On Payments Subtab In Commitments Tool (2/14/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to add a flash error message to the Payments subtab of the Prime Contract, Subcontract, and Purchase Order Contract. This message informs the user when they system will not save a new payment because a non-integer value was entered into the 'Payment #' and/or 'Check #' fields.

Updated Commitments To Move Period Date Columns To Requisitions (2/13/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to allow multiple Requisitions in a 'Billing Period'.

Added Requisition Invite and Informational Banner to Subtabs (1/30/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to add the Requisition Invite and Edit banner to every subtab (Summary, Detail, Related Items, Emails) of the most recent requisition. 

Updated the 'Create Requisition' Button Permissions (1/27/2017)

Updated Commitment Contracts so that now, the 'Create Requisition' button only displays for end users with 'Admin' or 'Standard' level permission to the tool and Billing Recipients. Button is disabled for all users when the contract is not in the 'Approved' status. In addition, the button is disabled for users with 'Admin' level permissions when all billing periods have a requisition tied to it. For 'Standard' level permissions and 'Billing Recipients', the button is also disabled when:

  • The contract contains no Billing Periods with a status of Open.
  • If a requisition already exists for the 'Open' Billing Period.
  • The current date is past the 'Billing Date'.
(Beta) Custom Permissions Now Available For Commitments Tool (1/26/2017)

Participants in the Custom Permissions Beta Program can now grant custom task permissions when assigning the 'Standard' and 'Read-only' level permission for Commitments in a permission template. These custom permissions are currently only available to Beta Program Participants: Create purchase order, create subcontract, update purchase order, and update subcontract. See Beta: Custom Permissions and Grant Custom Permissions In a Permission Template

'Project Office Division' Now Included In PDF Export When Enabled (1/25/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to now include the 'Project Office Division' in the PDF export file for Draw Requests and Requisitions (if a value is provided). If the 'Project Office Division' is blank, the 'Office Name' will display. Note: The 'Project Office Division' value can only be added by your Procore point of contact.

Renamed 'Billing Statuses' Subtab to 'Billings' (1/25/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to rename the subtab from 'Billing Status' to 'Billings'. Also updated the es (Spanish) dictionary to match.

Updated Fields And Behavior For Requisitions And Billing Statuses (1/25/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool so that requisitions now have two (2) separate billing dates a follows:

  • Added a 'Billing Date' field to requisitions, which is the date a requisition was filled. The date has no relation to the invite banner or requisition creation.
  • Renamed the 'Billing Date' field on the Billing Statuses subtab to 'Due Date'. This date is set when an 'Admin' creates a new Billing Period and represents the cut off date for requisition creation. It is also used to pre-fill the 'Billing Date' field on all requisitions.

Updated requisitions for users with 'Admin' level permission now, as follows:

  • You can now always change the 'Billing Date' on the most recent requisition.
  • When you click 'Update', the system now redirects you to the requisition's view page (instead of the requisition's detail page).
Commitments Tool Now Redirects User Back To The Page Where A New Billing Period Was Created (1/24/2017)

Updated the Billing Statuses subtab in the Commitments tool so that after a user adds a new billing period, the system now directs the user back to the page from which they created the billing period (i.e., requisitions or billing periods). Prior to this update, they system always directed the user to the requisition's view page, even if the period was created on the billing periods page. 

Productivity Log Hidden When Commitments Tool Not An Active Tab On Project (1/8/2016)

When the Commitments tool is not an active tab on a project, the system now hides the Productivity Log. 

New 'Level of Detail to Display Change Orders' Setting for Requisitions (1/4/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool to add a new 'Level of Detail to Display Change Orders' setting under the 'Requisition Settings' area of the 'Advanced Settings' subtab on a commitment controls. The Requisitions tool must be turned ON to view this setting. This gives users the ability select the level of detail they'd like their Requisition Detail Sheet to initially display.

Updated The Display Of 'Contract Companies' On The Billing Status Page (1/4/2017)

Updated the Commitments tool so that the 'Billing Statuses' page will only display 'Contract Companies' when the Requisitions tool is enabled.

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