October 29, 2021: What's new in Athennian

Hali Wong
Hali Wong
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Number of Employees for Quebec

Tracking the number of employees in Quebec is required.  To help ensure you have all the information required for your entities in Quebec, we’ve added a tickbox to indicate if the entity HAS EMPLOYEES and, if so, the option to select the range of employees the entity has.





Dropdown lists have been alphabetized

No more slow scrolling so you can pinpoint the dropdown item you’re looking for in the laundry list of items.  To help you find what you’re looking for faster, we’ve alphabetized all dropdown lists in Athennian that are not currently alphabetized.  Note: there is an exception to this rule - in some areas there are items that are used significantly more heavily than other items.  In these specific circumstances we have left the “heavy hitters” at the top, and all (less used) items that follow are alphabetized.  


E-file status on Change of Directors and Annual Compliance Tasks

In order to keep you up to date on your e-file tasks we have added the status of your filing on the task it is associated with.  You can now see whether your Change of Directors and Annual Compliance filings are Complete, Pending, Excepted, or Cancelled simply by going to the task and checking the Change of Principals/Annual Compliance section of the task.


Hover to reveal full Custom Report name

No more playing hide and seek with longer Custom Report names!  Instead of being required to open a Custom Report with a longer name to read it, now, in the list of reports all you have to do is hover your cursor over the name and all will be revealed. 





  • The month range modifier in Tasks in Custom Reports was not working for months that crossover the end of the year.  You can now successfully look at a range from December to January… or any other range that brings you into a new year.
  • In Custom Reports, the hyperlinks for completed or archived Tasks took you back to the Tasks page, we fixed this so it takes you to the specific Task instead.