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What's New in TM 13.2

What's New in this Release
Time Matters 13.2
Support for the Following External Applications
  • Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 Update
  • Microsoft Office 2013 Click-to-Run
  • Microsoft SQL Server® 2014

Issues Addressed

Time Matters 13.2
The following issues have been addressed in Time Matters 13.2:
Billing Matters Standard Reports
The 'Write-Up/Down Report' now displays the correct write-up/write-down values.
The 'Productivity Report' now displays the correct billable hour and productivity percentage values.
The 'Effective Bill Rate Report' now displays the correct effective bill rate values.
The 'Recap of Hours Report' now displays the correct billable hour values.
Online Document Sharing
An “Updating Document Sharing” message no longer displays or delays login to Time Matters when 'Document Sharing' is not enabled.
QuickBooks Link
Apostrophes in the 'QuickBooks Job' name no longer cause errors when sending billing items to QuickBooks.
TM Connect
Saving an email as an Email record will no longer truncate the email contents in Time Matters if the email contains more than 65,000 characters. Now, emails containing up to one million characters (including any HTML formatting information), can be saved to the Email record.
When saving an email to Time Matters using TM Connect, certain characters in the email are no longer changed to symbols.