Gnuaccounting 0.8.2 improves its document management
Version 0.8.2 of the cross-platform accounting and bookkeeping package Gnuaccounting has been released. The Java-based application supports the creation of invoices, shipping notices and receipts with OpenOffice and LibreOffice and can interface with online banking accounts through FinTS (formerly HBCI) as well as store data in MySQL and PostgreSQL databases.
Gnuaccounting 0.8.2 improves the application's document management and can now show imported and scanned images of documents; document scanning is also available from the application's startup wizard. The developers have improved the management of imported data and given users the ability to change entry numbers after the fact. Assets no longer lose numbers after the decimal point when the application is restarted and the new release makes it possible to export assets into spreadsheets.
Gnuaccounting imports monetary data via FinTS from several other applications and online services; this process has been made easier in version 0.8.2 with user interface improvements. Additionally, time tracking records can be imported from TaskCoach, KTimeTracker and now also the Gleeo Android application. A complete list of new features and improvements is available in the release notes.
Version 0.8.2 of Gnuaccounting is available for download from SourceForge and is licensed under the GPLv3. The developers consider the application to be in beta status at the moment. The software is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.