I’m a big fan of Twitter and social media in general. So ever so often, I try to come up with creative ways to mix things up a bit in the twittersphere. So here’s my latest one. I decided to check out some of my fav followings (mostly online apps) and grab snippets of tweets to create an instant tips, tricks and update newsflash.
This one is from QuotientApp – an amazing online “quote app” and incredibly simple quoting system for your business.
@QuotientApp Hot Tweets
Tips & Tricks:
Q. How to hide “unit price” and “quantity” fields.
A. Leave the ‘Quantity’ field empty. Then there’ll be not quantity or unit price on the quote… just a price
Q. Sending T&C’s to clients but ideally not in the quote area. Is there any chance an attach can be added to notes
A. If your T&C is online you can link to it from the note description text
Q. Would love support for markdown or something similar in the long-form text boxes. Wanted to add bullet points today, couldn’t.
A. Note the space after the * for the lists. Support for some basic textile markup… *bold* _italics_ Lists: * Bullet 1 * Bullet 2 ** Indented
Q. How do we make sure it will add the invoice to an existing Xero contact?
A. It will add it to an existing Xero contact if the company name is the same, else it’ll create it in Xero if it doesn’t exist.
Q. Can line items be coded to different Xero a/cs?
The Suggestion Box:
Q. Can you install a Quote reminder option to follow up with client about the Quote ?
A. Follow up reminders is a great idea, we’ll see what we can do
@QuotientApp – “In the next 2-3 months we’ll be releasing a completely new UI for contacts with Xero syncing. Plus an innovative inventory system”.