Whenever an automatic sync is run on your farm, Figured does a series of checks. If any of these checks fail, a health check message will appear on your farm.
To view and fix any problems, click Fix now.
If you're unsure about a health check, get in touch with the team via the chat bubble and they can take a look for you.
Orphaned transactions usually means there's a financial transaction that exists without a related production tracker transaction.
For example, if you have an account called Chemicals that you budget against in the planning tab - these are purely financial transactions you're creating.
On the other hand, if you have a dairy cattle tracker that you've mapped the account Dairy cattle - Sales to, and you create a transaction - this transaction has both the financial aspect as well as a production tracker transaction.
Orphaned transactions generally happen when you have budgeted against an account in the planning tab, and then mapped the account to your production tracker.
You will be prompted to delete these orphaned transactions to fix the error.
The deleted accounts process checks for any budget transactions that don’t belong to a valid account.
This problem usually occurs because an account that has budget transactions coded against it in Figured has been deleted from within Xero.
This means that your budget could look incorrect, as the values for GST and your bank balance will still show, but the original transactions will not.
Click Fix this problem to view the accounts in question.
You will be presented with a list of accounts that have transactions coded against them that are no longer valid.
To fix the issue, click on the Action drop down next to each account. Here, you have the choice to Delete transactions or to Recode transactions to another, valid account from your chart of accounts.