New features this version
Insert an image
Swipe the order line and select "insert image" or the + sign to add image.
Select image from the image library or use the camera to take a picture.
Get products for orders from Listed products, Not in store or Not on the shelf
Listed products: The green boxes with a check mark are items that are in store.
Not on the shelf: The red box with an X is articles that are in the range, but are out of stock.
Not available in store: Article without any check mark is not listed, but available to sell in.
Campaign order registration
Choose to show campaigns that contain products from selected product groups.
View order proposals that contains products from a specific product group.
Inactive products are shown in light gray text to make them easy to distinguish.
Choose to display articles from one or more product groups in the delivery plan. (Valid from ver 4.02).
New tab with all pictures attached to a product.
To bring out the pictures hold your finger on the item line until the box with the article's basic data is displayed.
Then select the "More" tab.
Now you can click on the "spinning cube" which appears when you have left a presentation and want to go back to the presentation.
From now on Release notes will be readable in Argus
Now it is possible to display the image library in landscape mode when adding image to customer.
Campaign name was displayed instead of articles in the delivery plan of the presentation tool, if the campaign number consists only of numbers.
Argus shuts down when clicking on "save again" under customized fields in the customer card.
It did not work to email only the pages added after the presentation first been saved.
Proposals can't be previewed in iPad until you have saved, left and enter again. Just showing an empty page.
Delivery report in the iPad also shows inactive items even when there is no sales.
If you sell several activities on the same customer during a visit, all will beadded in the planning.
Prevent the screen from turning off automatically during communication.
When communicating, the app requests extra time when it gets back in the background.
Blurred headlines when you have more than ten lines of presentations.