How do I create an invoice from timesheets?

Updated on January 25, 2022 01:16AM by Admin

Invoices App lets you bill customers easily, and integrates it with the sales information already stored. Customers can pay online with a link sent via email, or download a PDF to pay manually. If you are doing business with a client on a regular basis, it's wise to create invoices and set recurring dates to automatically send them. Let’s follow the steps to understand better.

Steps to create an Invoice from timesheet

  • Log in and access Invoices App from your universal navigation menu bar.
  • Click on “Create Invoice” and select “From Timesheet” from the left navigation panel.
Invoices App
  • Enter customer name in the “Search Customer” field where it will auto-suggest the existing customer name, or search using the “Search” icon.
  • Select the timesheet to create an invoice if a customer has more than one timesheet.
  • You can even choose multiple timesheets and click on the “Next” button.
Select Timesheet
  • You can view certain fields pre-populated on the invoice creation page. Add the required information according to your business purpose.
Create Invoice
  • Click on the “Products/Items Sold” section to add information on items. Click on “Services Provided” to add information on the services.
Services Section
  • Fill in the Timesheet’s information:
    • Employee Name - Name of an employee will be prepopulated.
    • Hours - Hours spent on the task will be prepopulated.
    • Rate - Enter the rate per hour.
    • Amount - This field is auto-calculated from the number of hours spent and the rate per hour.
    • Click on the “Search icon” to add more timesheets for the same customer.
Timesheets Section
  • Click on the “Preview” button to preview your invoice before sending it to the customer.
  • Click on the “Email Invoice” button to send the invoice immediately to the customer or click on the “Save for Later” button to save the invoice.
Final Buttons

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