Shortcut to Delivery Dates
OK, so most of you know that hitting Enter without entering a date while in the delivery date field will get you today’s date.
But did you know that entering the first two letters of the day will get you that day’s date? Like today is Thursdayy, 01/05/2012.
If I go to the delivery date field and I enter “mo” and hit Enter, flowerSoft will translate the “mo” into “01/09/2012” which is Monday’s date.
Oh, you did know that because it is shown at the bottom of the screen.
But… did you know that entering “nmo” and hitting Enter will get you “01/16/2012”?
Or that entering “nnmo” and hitting Enter would get you “01/23/2012”?
I’d bet you didn’t know that.
How far can you take this? Well, the delivery date field can hold up to 10 characters, so…
“nnnnnnnnmo” will result in “03/05/2012”
It works like this, entering the first 2 letters of the day will give you the date for that very next day.
Preceeding the day’s first 2 letters with an “N” will give you the date for that day the following week.
“NN” will give you that day’s date two weeks from the next one. And so on.
In my opinion, if the delivery date will require more than 2 N’s, you are better off bringing up the calendar.