Job Designer 4.6.0 estaba como Giveaway el día n 7 de agosto de 2016
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It is OK to use it as an appointment calendar, other than that, useless as business job designer. So many things are missing to be useful as such.
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Installation: it installs without giving choice ---apparently, there's no reason to not offer a custom folder--- to C:\, which is a very big mistake ---a definitely no-no.
I installed twice. The first failed because the software complained about a monitoring program running in the background. After loading and analyzing the registration page, I decided to download and install the trial version. The motivation being the GOTD license will not allow use in commercial environment, and this GOTD is not really targeted to home users. I mean, as a home user, I have no use of it.
Seems a nice app which will requires some time to master. The local help file does not seem to correspond to the actual version of the software (screenshots do not reflect actual windows).
There is room for improvements, e.g. you must set set the time format to 24-hours in preference because there's no AM/PM in start/end times in jobs. Personally, I think this AM/PM thing should disappear because a day has 24 hours and the break at 12 does not mean anything with DST time zones (not that the meridan isn't still where we put it centuries ago).
Projects: you cannot create projects just like that. You create jobs first, and add them to a project afterwards. The way it's done, this approach is seems wrong. I's also rather counter-intuitive because usually people work on projects with many tasks. A job may have several tasks, which may or may not be included in the invoice. Nevertheless, if you manage jobs only, you still can bill them, provided you add at least one task. In this case, the concept of project is useless, and, maybe, as much counter-intuitive as the other way. YMMV.
Annoying: the size of jobs <<= than 1/4 hour in the scheduler is too small and cannot be resized if completed. Some windows are modal; you cannot visualize more than on data set at a time (e.g. view both clients and services). Also, there is no data set for suppliers. Another thing that needs reworking is the tax field somewhere: get rid of the GST checkbox and let the users define themselves what taxes apply. That's too much of localization (India) and I couldn't select among the tax rates I created.
I'll stop here because I don't have more time for reviewing this software. It sure deserves an in-depth review. But it's Sunday, it's sunny... got other things to do.
Of course, the developers can correct me if any of the above is wrong.
Bottom line: I'm glad this kind of software appears here so thanks to Acvatec for giving us a chance to evaluate their nice product.
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