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    SSP Automation
    Thank you for your request.
    The development team have now added it to our internal planning-system for evaluation.
    [Internal Id: 24246]
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    Richard Anderson

    Is there any ETA on when this might be completed? The new marketing documents have been available for more than a year and a half now.

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    Rasmus Jensen (Edited )

    Sorry, I honestly thought this was already implemented, but guess not...

    Let's fix that! (Will be part of the May 2020 release :-) )

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    SSP Automation
    The development team has now completed this request. Expect it to be in the next release of the product. Thank you again for helping us make the product better :-)
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    Michael Haak

     

    >>>>>>Sorry, I honestly thought this was already implemented, but guess not...

    Hi Rasmus,
    would it be possible, to get a better overview of the existing Feature Requests?
    I cannot tell if some things are still being worked on or have been forgotten.
    Example:
    https://support.boyum-it.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/115009586408-Print-Delivery-4-new-Doc-Types-Return-Request-Blanket-Agreement-
    (Activate P+D for Blanket Agreements)

    Added to the Boyum internal planning system since November 2017 and no update since then.

    Kind regards
    Michael Haak

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    Rasmus Jensen

    Normally none is forgotten. On the website, there is unfortunately no better view of the Requests (Internally we have better views).

    The comment was not as much as this specific request here was forgotten, but more that we thought all areas of B1UP supported the Request Documents. Last month we found out that we missed the feature for Dashboard Open Items List and the comment from Richard showed that we missed it in open items list... so we implemented is as it was only 6 lines of code.

    In general, nothing is forgotten, but we focus on the things that get most votes, so DRQ like this one/the one you reference are not looked at very often since they have zero votes.

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