List Approved Expenses most recent first, reverse chronological order

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List the most recent expense first.

I'm far less interested in expenses from 5 years ago than I am in my most recent expense report.
In fact, I would challenge you to find anyone for whom that is true.

Just default list expenses LIFO (last in, first out).  Since there is no "date submitted" column, you cannot even sort on that.  It requires going to the end, waiting for the page to refresh, and then selecting the expense.

SOLUTION:
Default list expenses in reverse chronological order submitted or "Date" of expense sheet.

BEST SOLUTION:
Allow me to pick the order that expenses are displayed in a configuration:  which columns and which order for each column (I really need only one, date submmitted, but I could see folks wanting to see them by some other without having to resort to a report to a query).

Also, include a "date submitted" column in the display.
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Bruce Morehouse

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Posted 2 years ago

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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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HI Bruce,

Thank you for using the Replicon Community!

Please help me with the exact page that you are looking the date on. Is it My Replicon - Expenses or Team - Expenses or Payroll - Expenses or Billing - Expenses.

Thanks,
Aashnee 
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Bruce Morehouse

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Here's where it is:
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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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Hi Bruce,

Thank you for the clarifications. I shall forward the concern to our team. The new version of replicon, however, resolves this issue. You do have an option to include date on the list expense screen.

Thanks,
Aashnee
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Thanks Aashnee for the very quick response.

Where we're all fighting for precious minutes, default expected behavior is always preferred and engenders users' trust!

Glad to hear it is addressed in a new version of Replicon.

Regards,
Bruce