How do we delete images on email template library?1 vote
For example, the ability to convert work orders from English to another language so the instructions are easier to understand from a non-English speaking worker.6 votes
The capability to create a material order based on the unit of measure of materials we build into jobs
We are a painting company that quotes our jobs by square and linear footage. It would be wonderful if we could automate the process of our material order forms, even if it was a general automation that would save so much time.
A customer wants a standard 20x20 room painted, walls only. We know based on the square footage we will need to purchase 2 gallons of paint. JobNimbus should be able to allow us to set material item conditions based on the products/services unit of measure!2 votes
Is there a way to add a Deposit Value on quotes.
So the sums total would look like this.
Quote Price $10,000.00
Sub Total $10,500.00
Deposit Required $5,000.00
Balance Due on Completion $5,500.009 votes
There isn’t a way to require a deposit at this time on the estimate, but you can add it as a line item and that will help in the meantime until we have more native support of this feature.
We’ll keep you posted!
The new labor and material split integration is great. However, not showing the total labor and total material at the bottom of the estimate (for us, not the customer) makes it very difficult to find what the totals are. We would have to add up each line item (sometimes 40 line items) to find the total labor cost and total material cost for each estimate. This makes tracking efficiency of estimates very hard when comparing estimate to actual.4 votes
It would be great if the template maker had an option for headers/footers or if it went page by page instead of one continuous document being split up wherever the paper ends. Every time we have to make change in the document it throws off the entire format because our headers/footers that we have to insert manually wherever the page should begin and end get split.5 votes
It would be really helpful when creating a new work order if when I select a design template that it would automatically choose an assigned "saved work order" so it autopopulates the work order outline below.1 vote
Paid stamp on paid in full invoices. This is not on the newer template, just the older one.34 votes
Fields are currently too small and quantity and pricing cannot be clearly seen at all times.6 votes
Have you tried dragging and dropping a new item near the top of the page on a large 30 line or more estimate? It's tedious, and amazingly time consuming, especially since the browser doesn't auto scroll up and follow the dragged item with the cursor. When moving an item above the fold you have to drag it, then drop it, then scroll up, then drag it then drop it, then scroll up. It's like carrying a 100 lb gorilla that is too heavy to carry. So you have to keep setting him down take a breather then carry him again and eventually you get to where you are going. Then imagine having to do that 5 more times because you needed 5 more lines in a section near the top. Now a quote that should have taken 30min to build takes 2 hours. Also, why aren't sections drag-able? I mean when you drag a section, shouldn't all the items below get moved with it too? What if you wanted to reorder sections and sub items?. On a 50 item quote this would take forever.
Have you tried dragging and dropping a new item near the top of the page on a large 30 line or more estimate? It's tedious, and amazingly time consuming, especially since the browser doesn't auto scroll up and follow the dragged item with the cursor. When moving an item above the fold you have to drag it, then drop it, then scroll up, then drag it then drop it, then scroll up. It's like carrying a 100 lb gorilla that is too heavy to carry. So you have to keep setting him down take a breather then carry him again…3 votes
Sorry you’ve had difficulties with this! We already have ideas formulating for improving this experience. We’ll do what we can to release those ideas when they’re ready!
The ability to invoice clients automatically on a set date once a month. That way your company can have a steady cash flow, and so can your employees.3 votes
It would be nice if a sales rep can enter a budget and commission request, then request approval. Management would need to pull a budget report with a filter for "unpaid commissions" to fix this.3 votes
I attached screen shot. I created this material order template for internal use only. We don't/won't be using the JN material order to place orders with vendors. But we need a way for our Reps to input data for how many of certain items need to be ordered. These are mostly accessories and don't need any math conversion to determine the quantities. I created a super set template of the items the Reps have to fill quantities in when needed. All items are never needed. Be much nicer if the JN tool would automatically collapse items with zero quantity listed as that would make the saved material order much cleaner and less confusing.
I attached screen shot. I created this material order template for internal use only. We don't/won't be using the JN material order to place orders with vendors. But we need a way for our Reps to input data for how many of certain items need to be ordered. These are mostly accessories and don't need any math conversion to determine the quantities. I created a super set template of the items the Reps have to fill quantities in when needed. All items are never needed. Be much nicer if the JN tool would automatically collapse items with zero quantity listed…3 votes
Thank you very much for this suggestion! This is a great idea and we’ll see if we can work it into our future updates for the line item systems.
I need to be able to add a discount to products when creating an estimate. It would be very simple to add a percentage discount to an item that would show the customer the exact amount they are saving.
Original Price = $100 // 10% Savings = $10 OFF // SALE Price = $908 votes
Build a purchase order system that links to quickbooks and builds off of the way quickbooks does it. Be able to convert to budgets.3 votes
Could you provide specific key differences between our existing Material Order system and the Purchase Order system you’re looking for? What would you like to see us add in order to make it work better for you?
Please let us know, thanks!
It would be great to be able to print an invoice directly from the financial tab, without having to Pdf View it first. Can you add a print option like you have done on the attachments tab?4 votes
It would save us a lot of time if we could put our signature on estimates as an image. That way a customer can print it, sign it and mail it to us with a check. It would also be nice if we could have them digitally sign the estimate, especially for customers paying by credit card. That way everything is contained within JobNimbus.8 votes
If you’re in the field, you can already get estimates signed using the 2.0 version of our mobile app. No setup is required, just open the estimate PDF from the app and use the option to “Add Signature”.
You can get a signature on estimates using our Document Builder, but it’s an old system and will be replaced when we get a better signature system built into the web platform. Stay tuned for that!
There should be a way to add receipts of purchases made for jobs without having to input all the lie item descriptions. Or is this already set up?3 votes
Once all said and done, It would be nice to get a profit calculated for the Job. The 'Budget" has some nice features that could accomplish some of these things but would need to expanded. Some of the things to include
1) Material cost
2) Labor Cost (per employee) Cost vary
3) a)Original price Line for projject
b) Added/Subtracted Change orders as line items
c) Total Job Price
4) More choices, teirs to calculate the commission
5) Able to print out as well as save per job11 votes
This is an interesting idea. I’ll talk to our team and see if we could do it.
Thanks for your feedback.
Add material & labor lines to budgets for better job costing.5 votes
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