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Removing CSV export activity from the report comments?
Is there a way to remove the comments 'exported this report to a CSV file.' from an expense report?
I have a high volume of reports/data that I plow through, and I am CONSTANTLY uploading data as CSVs.
I really don't want my end users to see it in the comments each time I create an excel file compiling data from that report, because it makes it so much harder for them to review the information that they actually care about (when was it approved, when is it being reimbursed, when was something rejected, etc)
I am only on week 3 rolling this out to our nearly 400 person company, and I am constantly having to export these reports to cross check different data, all through different time frames.
ie; Did the CC transaction hit GP (our accounting software, Microsoft Dynamics), did the reimbursable expenses hit GP, did the payment hit GP, have all the payable documents been applied and correctly, did anything get reimbursed that ended up being a credit card transaction, are there possible duplicate CC and expense transactions, and then don't even get me started on running through all the data to see what expenses didn't pay sales tax and need to have use tax on them! (usually Amazon).
Since there's no way to add additional filter layers in the reporting section like 'approved/reimbursed ON or PRIOR to a specific date', I am constantly doubling over the same report IDs that I've already evaluated. Even though it's annoying and tedious, it's manageable in excel. I just loathe that it shows up in the comments. Once I am 6 months into using this system, those comments will easily have over a hundred saying they were exported to a CSV.
(PS we use a direct integration with GP, so the CSV does nothing to actually push data.)
PPS. Shameless plug- if you agree that reports need additional status names (like being able to 'archive' something) and more filters, please upvote my idea here: https://community.expensify.com/discussion/398/additional-report-statuses-like-archived#latest