September 2020 Release Notes Overview
Bug Fix: AppZen Audit Activity Report decimal value fix - Removing decimal places from the reimbursement amount column.
Improvements: AppZen Accounts - Disabling user accounts that have been inactive for more than 90 days.
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Bug Fix - Audit Activity Report Decimal Value Fix
The Audit Activity Report gives auditors an overview of expense reports audited within a given time range or within a specific organization. It provides details about the auditor who audited each report, the performance of each auditor, and the expense report details (such as risk score, report date, auditor comments, and more). The reimbursement amount column of the report lists the dollar amount an employee requested for reimbursement on a particular expense report.
In this update, we changed the reimbursement column to display 2 decimal places for each reimbursement amount. Previously, 10 decimal places were displayed.
How it works
The steps below outline how to run an Audit Activity Report and the changes we implemented in this release.
First, make sure that you have enabled the Audit Activity Report under the “reports” and “enabled reports” menu options. Select “on” then click on the “save” button in the bottom right-hand corner.
Next, go to “generate report” on the menu, then select “AppZen Audit Activity Report”.
Finally, choose your “auditor action date range” then choose your “Organization” and “Policy” that’s associated with the organization.
Once you’ve made your selections, click “Submit.”
In the report status screen, download and open the Excel file on your computer. You will notice the reimbursement amount decimal place has changed from 10 to 2 decimal places.
Before the update:
After the update:
Improvements - Disabled user accounts that have been inactive for more than 90 days
With every release, we have made efforts on implementing security measures around AppZen login accounts. The reason for this is to stay compliant with industry standards on account management, authentication, and password management. With that same goal in mind, non-SSO users who haven’t logged into their account in over 90 days will be disabled. Users can reactivate a disabled account using the “Forgot Password” function.
To reactivate an account, simply click on the “forgot password” link on the welcome back login page as pictured below. Please see our knowledge base article on how to reset your password.
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