Setting and managing the year and financial view (actuals, or actuals + forecast) for your farm is simple and easy.
How do I change the year and financial view for my farm?
At the top of each page you will see a ribbon that allows you to select the year, financial view and actuals to month for your farm.
Once these options are selected, each page will display the relevant content based on your settings.
The global setting affects almost all parts of Figured, however in some views you cannot use specific features or the selector is not used at all. That's explained below under exceptions.
The global settings bar is made up of three main parts that you can interact with, and the following additional information is displayed:
Current financial view (actuals / actuals+forecasts) - this is the view all pages will be shown for - i.e. changing to actuals will load your actuals planning tab, actual trackers, and actual reports
Current actuals to selection - if actuals are selected, this is what month actuals data will be shown to on all pages
Customising your global settings
Clicking either the < or > buttons will move you backwards or forwards by one financial year.
Clicking on the current displayed year will drop down a comprehensive list of years, both in the past and in the future.
Clicking on the current financial view will allow you to switch between actuals and actuals + forecasts.
Clicking on the final dropdown for actuals to will allow you to switch to showing actual financial information to a specific month, or showing none at all which would be how you view your forecasts.
The global setting is not valid for all parts of the Figured product.
For example your end of year trading statements are only generated for actuals, thus you will not be able to generate one of these statements unless the settings are accurate first.
Attempting to do so will result in the below message.
On parts of Figured where the global setting is not used at all, like the settings page, the selector will be greyed out as it has no impact on the information displayed.