We are proud to announce the test release of Group-Office 6.7. It's not ready for production yet but ready for testing!
So what's new?
In short these are the new features and changes:
- The user interface has a new form field design that's more elegant and saves space which is great for both the desktop and mobile phone screens.
- PHP 8.1 support
- The billing module got replaced by three new modules: Finance, Contracts and Catalog.
- The tickets module got replaced by the new Support module.
- The new modules can run side by side with the old modules.
The billing module got replaced by three shiny new modules. The finance module allows you to create
- Purchase orders
- Purchase invoices
The contracts module allows you to create repeating invoices like a subscription and the catalog module can be used to populate all the products you sell.
The new modules come with an improved workflow for contracts and debtor management. You can create profiles where you can configure after what time a customer should be reminded about payments about outstanding invoices. They will receive an easy overview of their outstanding invoices with the total amount that needs payment. The document contains links to an online page where they can pay directly via an online payment provider such as:
- Or others as they are easy to add by us for you!
Group-Office makes it easy to send out your subscription invoices and remind your customers about outstanding
Group-Office alarms you to take action with these badges: Menu badges
You can keep track of your sales and contract values with these reports:Monthly sales report Contracts
The tickets module will be replaced by the support module. The support module extends the new tasks module with extra functionality:
- E-mail integration for creating and replying to tickets
- HTML messages with inline images and attachments
- API for website integration
- Dedicated module for end users via Group-Office
Want to try it?
You can follow the regular instructions but for the debian repository use "testing" instead of "sixsix", for docker use the "testing" tag or grab the tarball from GitHub with the mark "Pre-release".