Author Justin Valley shows how to add, delete, download, and upload items to the Favorites folder on the SAP Easy Access screen.
- Many End Users find themselves…using the same transactions over and over.…It's really helpful to use the favorites folder…on the SAP easy access screen to…hold all the transactions you use regularly.…I'm going to show you how to add,…delete, download and upload your favorites.…To add a transaction into the favorites folder,…right-click on the favorites folder…and click insert transaction.…Here you need to enter a transaction code.…I'll enter MM03 which is display…a material and click continue.…
You can now see that MM03, display material,…has been added to my favorites folder.…I'll do this two more times.…Next, I'll do MM02 which is to change a material.…And finally, I'll add MM01 which is to create a material.…Now, if I want to delete any of…these transactions from my favorites…I right-click on the favorite…I want to delete and select delete favorites.…
I get a success message here in the message bar saying…note deleted from favorites list.…A handy trick when you're working in…multiple transactions at the same time is to…
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