**This post is being written on July 11, 2019. Much could change after this date, so check for updates if any of this is critical for you. (Updated with FAQs on 10/29/19.) Sage recently sent many of their Sage Timeslips software users an email outlining some changes to the way they will offer licenses of the… Continue reading Sage Timeslips Moving to Subscription Only Pricing
Duhon Technology Solutions, LLC is proud to announce that owner, Nancy Duhon, has achieved the status of Timeslips Master Certified Consultant. This new level of certification was recently made available to Certified Consultants who attended advanced classes, and passed a rigorous written examination. Only 15 consultants worldwide have attained the Master Certified Consultant designation. Duhon… Continue reading Nancy Duhon attains Timeslips Master Certified Consultant Designation
Every so often, I get a sort of frantic call/email that begins something like this: “I recently got a new computer and loaded Timeslips on it, but when I try to open the program, it tells me that there are not enough licenses. I have X number of licenses and there are only X number… Continue reading Managing Your Timeslips Licenses
We are gearing up for March billing for February time, and it seems like a great time to discuss the issue with aging balances in Timeslips, and the strict interpretation of 30 days. This trips a few folks up every year, so I thought I’d offer up some suggestions, or perhaps just a heads up… Continue reading 30 Day Balance Aging in Timeslips and February
By default, Windows XP and higher has a setting for network interface cards that allows the computer to turn off the network card if Windows thinks the connection is inactive. This can cause issues for programs that are open, but not necessarily active such as Timeslips and Amicus Attorney. For this reason, I recommend that… Continue reading Windows Network Card Power Conservation Settings
Just learned this one today from the Amicus Attorney Newletter,Vol. 9, Issue 1. While I already knew that I could copy/paste a contact card’s name and address by using Control+R, and have used it for years, sometimes I need more than that. This is especially true if I am referring someone to that contact. Before,… Continue reading Copying the Amicus Attorney Contact Card IMAGE!
The start of a New Year is a good time to revisit the idea of safekeeping your important data. Sort of like using the change to/from Daylight Savings time to change your smoke alarm batteries, we can use the start of the New Year to review our backup procedures. Part of your backup procedure with… Continue reading What’s in a name? Timeslips.BKU