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Time Matters 11 was released on time on 3/30/2011. The flagship new feature is Time Matters Mobility, allowing you to access and enter information using a Web browser on your mobile phone and other devices. The link between Time Matters and PCLaw has been improved. Version 11 supports Terminal Services and Windows Remote Desktop.
With something for everyone, this Webinar collects the best Time Matters tips from 2010, including
* Simple Document Saving
* Instantly create and e-mail a PDF letter
* Shortcuts for Calendar entries
* Catch all your billable time
* ... and many more
Our Time Matters tips help you save time and become more profitable.
If you have Time Matters 10 and are experiencing consistent crashing, it may be due to a new setting. To change the setting:
- Go to: Main Menu | File | Setup | General | Program Level | Forms
- In the center, change "Display 100 records..." to "Display 1,000 records..."
This setting controls how many records are pre-fetched for Sublists. Sublists are the lists of records that appear on Contact forms, Matters forms, and other forms. The Sublists have tabs named: Related, Notes, Documents, etc.
An occasional annoyance with the Droid is the "Droooiiid" sound it makes at startup. To silence the Droid startup sound: Go to: Settings | Sound | Notification ringtone | Scroll up and select Silent.
Time Matters can help you manage deadlines, due dates and appointments. These techniques and tips were presented during our free monthly Webinar on 11-12-2010.
Is the computer hosting your Time Matters database getting too old or too full? Are you running the Time Matters database on a desktop and are concerned about its reliability? Consider an inexpensive, quiet, but more reliable small server.
Customizing Power Views is an advanced topic for Time Matters users. If you take the time to tailor Power Views to present the information you regularly need, or have someone customize them for you, you are paid back by saving time every day that you and others in your office use Time Matters.
Installing Time Matters on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 or Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 is a more complicated process than installing on a Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 or Windows 7. Here are some tips.
Hidden within the Report Designer of Time Matters is an undocumented feature for selecting whether to display an Abbreviation or a Descriptions for some fields in Time Matters custom Reports.