Saved Searches is a power tool in Netsuite that allows you to create multiple records searches, reports, and data finding. This tool can be used to find information with multiple records such as items and their respective transactions or customers and their respective transactions. The list continues to grow they further you go with the information you are wanting to capture. Saved Searches are not designed for all roles given the amount ofinformation that can be obtained.
NetSuite has a great deal of resources that will help you pinpoint the data that you are searching for. The saved search can help you optimize your reporting and analysis especially after a net new implementation or account optimization.
Save searches have emerged as a powerful tool to sift through high volumes of data and uncover relevant information. However, there are instances when you need to extract data for a specific subset of transactions, without the overload of excess information. In this article, we will explore ways to leverage unique identifiers, such as Transaction IDs or Internal IDs, to streamline your search and focus solely on data that matters to you most.
In the upcoming Netsuite Release 2023.2, there will be a key change to a saved search function. This alteration specifically affects the HTML option available to users when creating formulas within the search. In this article, we will review how to maintain the HTML hyperlink option in your saved search fields.
NetSuite provides a variety of search tools to identifyimportant information, filter criteria, and obtainthe real-time data. I will shareone of the latest NetSuite search tips, methods, formula restrictions, and the importance of using NetSuite’s tools to quickly find information. In this blog, I will share the great tip to count the number of selected values from the custom field.
Inline editing is a great feature in Netsuite.Inline list editing enables you to update records quickly by changing data directly in a record's row on the list page.This capability supports faster and easier editing because you do not have to go into each record to edit it.
If you have a Netsuite Connector and need to export Saved Search results, the saved search export records in NetSuite can be configured to any File Transfer Protocol (FTP). NetSuite Connector uploads the saved search results to the configured FTP. You might be first interested in the Netsuite Connector. What is Netsuite Connector? NetSuite Connector (formerly called asFarApp) allows you to set up data mapping between NetSuite and your ecommerce storefronts, point-of-sale (POS) systems, online marketplaces and third-party logistics providers. By automating the transfer of data, you keep your vital information centralized and eliminate manual data entry, costly errors and delays, data exports and processes managed with spreadsheets and email.
Have you ever wanted or needed a quick comparative view of your Intercompany transactions between your subsidiaries? One way to achieve this is through the use of CASE Statements in Saved Searches. What is a CASE Statement? A CASE Statement is similar to that of an if-then-else statement. You may have encountered this in spreadsheets. In NetSuite, it’s an available function that allows you to program conditions to return values when those conditions are met. So, when a condition is true, NetSuite will provide the results based on those conditions. You can have multiple conditions in one CASE Statement.
There are many reasons why a company may want to have dates and periods not match-up. One common reason may be related to the month-end close process. A company may want to enter the actual date (which is in a prior period) of a vendor bill, but since the previous period has already been closed, they will post to the current period for financial purposes. NetSuite can allowtransaction dates outside of the posting periods through the company’s Accounting Preferences. This can increase the risk of unwanted date/period mismatches as well as cause headaches for reconciliations between AR/AP Aging reports to the Balance Sheet. One way to monitor this is through a Saved Search.
Have you ever wondered if there was an easier way to get a detail report of Undeposited Funds for a previous Date? If you have a lot of transactions that flow in and out of this account, it can be a daunting task if you don’t reconcile this right after month-end close or even if there happened to be back-dated transactions after you month-end bank reconciliation. The following search will help you download a saved search report to solve that issue.