Have you ever had the unpleasant task of trying to figure out when a particular feature was added to Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90 or MAS 200) ?
If so you’ve probably discovered that this link takes you to a “What’s New” site with individual URLS that can take hours to explore fully.
Instead of spending all day browsing (and backing up from links that don’t provide the answer) you can use a Google search command to narrow your search to only the documents on Sage’s “What’s New” site.
First, navigate to Google search – http://www.google.com
Now in the search box type in SITE:services.sagesoftwareinc.com/mas/whatsnew/ followed by your search term. I’ve used quotes so that I’m returned only results where my keywords appear exactly as queried.
Your Google Search Box should contain:
SITE:services.sagesoftwareinc.com/mas/whatsnew/ ”job status”
Will yield only results from the site you specify matching the keywords:
Note: I have received different results when I put the keyword both in front of the Site: xxxx and at the end. You may find that your search works well based on placing the keyword either before or after the “Site:xxx” portion.
You can always use Google Advanced search which will guide you through every parameter: