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Add Receipt Files to Expenses

Written by on July 19, 2016

As part of our major InvoiceBerry update earlier this year we added the ability to attached a (receipt) file to an expense.

You now can tick the “Attach receipt file?” box and select a file to attach to the expense. You can upload files in the following formats: PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG.

When adding a new expense or editing an existing expense, you will now see the tick box “Attach receipt file?”.

 

Attach receipt files to expenses
Attach receipt files to expenses

 

Once you’ve attached a file to an expense it will show up in the expenses list with a blue paperclip. You can click on the paperclip to open the file.

 

Receipt files attached to expenses
Receipt files attached to expenses

 

Enjoy the all-new InvoiceBerry and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any feedback!

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