I use Manager in my small workshop / retail outlet, and because of the layout of the space, customers are often able to see what I’m doing on my computer while I’m navigating through Manager. I would prefer that I could perform my most common tasks without them seeing my summary, a list of sales invoices and their details, and other sensitive information.
My idea would be to have a simple landing page just displaying the most-used tasks as buttons. This could be included as a tab called “Tasks” or “Home”, for example. For me the buttons I’d want would probably be “New Sales Invoice”, “New Customer”, “New Receipt”, “New Payment”, and possibly a few others. First prize would be to have the ability to choose and arrange what tasks appear here, but it probably wouldn’t be hard to come up with a generic list that would work well for most users.
I realise that this is probably an unusual request, and not how Manager is designed to be used. I also realise that there would have to be good justification to add more tabs / features / options / bloat to what is designed as a simple and elegant package. But I think my idea should be easy to implement, as it is just collecting existing options into one user interface, and it could easily be enabled or disabled as with the other tabs. I also appreciate that my physical shop space could be better designed, and I’m working on that!