We opened a blog that we kept updated with the most important new features.
It is available at http://blog.learndoubleentry.o
2. SAMPLE EXERCISES
In the blog, we posted some sample exercises, that can be used as a reference to what is possible to do. We'll post other ones soon.
You can find them at http://blog.learndoubleentry.o
The sample exercises and other information are linked at http://learndoubleentry.org/si
4. NEW FEATURES
We introduced some new (hopefully interesting) new features in the last months:
a) for every firm, you can now select the languages that you want your account names in;
b) it is now possible to share a firm with another user, in order to complete an exercise together, if needed;
c) you can fork (duplicate) every firm of which you know the slug (see terminology, later);
d) you can get a "transaction analysis" of each journal entry (see http://blog.learndoubleentry.o
e) it is now possible to include or exclude some journal entries, in order to test different scenarios, if needed (seehttp://blog.learndoubleentry.o
f) you can take a snapshot of a firm's current balances, or prepare a closing entry of selected accounts (seehttp://blog.learndoubleentry.o
g) you can select an account from a tree view window, if you don't know the name or the code of the account (seehttp://blog.learndoubleentry.o
h) when you prepare a journal entry, the totals of debits and credits is updated every time you leave an amount field;
i) when a user signs up, he/she can ask to be resent the activation link, in case it got lost.
We prepared a blog post explaining the meaning of some of the terms we used. It is avalaible athttp://blog.learndoubleentry.o
6. BUG FIXES
Many minor bugs have been fixed. Thanks to the users that let us know about them!
We really hope that you may find LearnDoubleEntry.org useful for your exercises, and we'd love to receive some feedback from you. Any ideas on how to improve the website will be greatly welcomed. And, please, feel free to spread the word and invite other people to sign up.
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