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We utilize the toggle currency as well fairly heavily as a T&E customer (and in small doses from a PO perspective). The travel charges we load from our bank travel card provider are in US dollars, but the user may have a hotel receipt in a foriegn currency. The toggle currency functionality helps them to itemize the charge properly as well as with any out of pocket based expenses in a foriegn currency, where they paid in pesos for example, but need to be reimbursed in USD. Although we've never liked the fact that it isn't clear to the user which way it was "toggled", it was certainly needed. I read that they've gotten rid of it, but I haven't seen a demo of what a foriegn charge would look like to someone with a different default currency to fully understand the impact.
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The way the toggle currency works in 9r1:
- The PR will always show Total cost in user preferred currency.
- Once it becomes ordered, DO total ordered will always be in catalog currency. If there are multiple line items with different currencies, then the order currency will be the first line item currency.
- The Approver will always see the Preparer’s currency.
- When the notification mail is sent to the approver, the currency is displayed in preparer’s preferred format.