The backoffice and iPad registers are getting access to managing and, in the iPad's case, finalizing your repairs. This will allow you to create repairs, edit repairs, place notes, and print professional estimates to PDF from anywhere using the backoffice functionality, though checking out will still need either a Windows or iPad register.
As in Windows, you can have any number of items on a repair, and can freely modify both the price and the quantity for those items. If an item requires a serial number, it will be collected at the register at the time of the transaction.

To reach the repairs functionality of the backoffice, you'll simply click Repairs in the menu.
Within the ipad, you can view all repairs that are currently open through the Orders/Repairs menu. When you do, you'll get a list similar to the above, though you can filter it using the search in the top-left corner of this screen.

From here, you can view the details of a repair, finalize it, place a deposit on it, or cancel it and refund any deposit that has been previously placed.
If you view the details by simply tapping on the repair, you'll get the screen portrayed above, listing all of the items on the repair and the status of it in greater detail than we can present on the list view. You can also take the other actions from this screen, finalizing, making a deposit, or canceling the repair as you choose.
Whenever you take one of the actions that requires an invoice, the items will automatically be added to the invoice and the customer associated with the repair will be selected for it. You will not be able to do repairs for different customers on the same transaction.

Once the transaction is completed, the repair will be updated.
The current version of the software, available for supported users, is 5.9.2. To get back on support, or to upgrade to phone support from email support, contact sales at (919) 387-7597 x100. If you are not on phone support, and you call, a response will be sent to the email address on file. You can also buy a support incident from our website.

As a reminder to users of Windows 7, Microsoft's support of this version of Windows has ended as of January 14th, 2020. We highly recommend getting onto Windows 8.1 or 10 if you are on Windows 7. Versions of ExtremePOS, Musicware, Praiz, and ThunderPOS 4.0 and above should all be compatible with Windows 10; versions before 4.0 were sunset for support as of the end of 2019.

If you are on a version older than 4.0 that has been sunset, you can contact sales for information on purchasing an update.