My problem with this is that I am mistakenly applying logic to this drilled down items tab. Ignoring for a moment the increased number of transactions being referenced as “freight-in” than the original invoice, I do not see any reason to include a shipping charge in a quantity field. Also, please explain to me how the non-quantity freight-in affects the actual quantity of the item.
I believe you are the person who made the topic about freight-in being a shipping specific item so that COGS could be calculated using shipping costs.
Please provide a real example of a use for this to be listed under an individual items transaction list. Again, it is NOT affecting that item in a physical way. It IS affecting the price of the item, which is shown in a different area.
Again, if I have an invoice showing 100 screws, 100 nails and $20 shipping, only the 100 nails should be tracked in the quantity of nails. Yes, shipping charges are applied to the cost per nail, I get that, but why in the world are they then applied to the quantity of nails? and why more times then actual transactions? You are not answering the questions, just pointing out that the program may have a glitch and that there may be someone out there who uses the glitch.
Side note, in my larger invoices in which I purchased 6 or more items, there are still 3 transactions listed as freight-in when the invoice shows only 2.
I like manager, but every time I have pointed out something the answer is always some form of “working as intended, deal with it” despite my concerns pertaining to real use of the software and QoL. I could just ignore this issue sure, but it shouldn’t exist. If there is some related feature that you are pointing out, that should do this function, they should not be tied together forcing me to deal with it. I am willing to pay for the use of this product, but I keep waiting for the updates that actually make it worth money. Most updates lately are about currency or taxes, rarely about QoL and never seeming to be actual features (like customer tracking using transactions, or reports). Aim to be better than the competition, beat them at their game.
For those who wish to point out I could switch, currently Manager has a better production/inventory functionality than most of the competition, hence why I even care enough to post this stuff.