Below are the notable changes to the project's Progress Billings tool.
RENAMED COLUMNS IN THE ADMIN & COLLABORATOR VIEWS FOR SUBCONTRACTOR INVOICES (08/31/2022)
In response to popular feedback received from Procore's Payment application Management clients, Procore has renamed the Bill of Quantities column headings in the Admin & Collaborator views of the modernised subcontractor payment application experience. Columns headings now match the fields in the subcontractor payment application PDF. This makes it easier for users to correlate the data they enter on screen and with the data appearing on the payment application PDF. Note: This update does not change the column names in the legacy subcontractor payment application experience. To learn more see this Feature Update.
Updated the Proposed Amount & Total Proposed Amount Columns (29/08/2022)
Procore has updated the ‘Proposed Amount' column for users creating subcontractor invoices. On a new invoice, the 'Proposed Amount' column in the invoice’s Details tab calculates the sum of the values entered in the 'Work Progress' and 'New Materials' columns. Users can change the calculated value in the 'Proposed Amount' column when editing a subcontractor invoice. In addition, the value calculated for the 'Total Proposed Amount' column header now shows the sum of the values in the 'Proposed Amount' columns. See Create a Subcontractor Invoice on Behalf of an Invoice Contact, Create a Subcontractor Invoice for the Release of Retainage, and Submit a New Invoice as an Invoice Contact for a Progress Billing.
Limited Release: New Point-of-View Dictionary for Owners & Speciality Contractors in US English (13/6/2022)
Procore is pleased to announce two (2) new Point-of-View (POV) dictionaries. These POV dictionaries are only available to customers in the United States and Canada who are using Procore's United States (en-US) dictionary. When applied to your company's Procore account, these dictionaries change the labels and names of particular tools and objects in the user interface. For example, when the 'English (Owner Terminology V2)' dictionary is applied, the Invoicing tool becomes the Progress Billings tool. To learn more, see Limited Release: New Point-of-View Dictionary for Owners & Speciality Contractors.