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Invoicing

FunctionFox Invoicing allows you to create simple quotes based off project estimates or generate invoices from actual time and project costs entered into your account.

Creating an Invoice (form details)

To create an invoice:

  1. Go to Invoicing > List Invoices.
  2. Click on the Create New button
  3. Select whether you are creating an Invoice or Quote
    • Invoices are automatically populated from the following information entered into FunctionFox:

      • Tasks and Rates
      • Timesheet Entries
      • Project Costs
    • Quotes are automatically populated from the following information entered into FunctionFox:

      • Tasks and Rates
      • Estimate Hours
      • Estimate Project Costs
  4. Select a predefined date range from the drop down list, or choose custom to select specific dates.
    • For Invoices this will include time entries and Project costs entered within the selected dates
    • For Quotes this will include Project costs entered within the selected dates.
  5. Select the To (Client) the invoice will be addressed to.
    • Note: If you do not have any addresses in this list you can add/link contacts to the Client by clicking on the contact details tab within the modal.
    FunctionFox product image selecting client to invoice
  6. Select the From address, by default this will be the address used in your contact information under Account Settings.
    • Note: You can add addtional from addresses within the contact details table within the modal.
  7. Invoice Number will be automatically populated for you, but can be manually overridden (you can further customize your invoice numbering under Account Preferences > Invoicing).
  8. Choose to filter your project selection by status.
  9. Select the Project(s) you wish to include on your invoice.
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  10. Choose to include:
    • Date Range
    • Details
    • Only Project Costs
    • Project Costs
    • Projects with Zero Costs (Invoices)
    • Projects with Zero Estimated Costs (Quotes)
    • Projects with Zero Time (Invoices)
    • Projects with Zero Estimated Time (Quotes)
    • Scope
  11. Choose to hide:
    • Rates: when hidden, rates will appear in edit mode of the invoice (grayed out) but will not appear on the saved client facing version.
    • Quantity: when hidden, quantities will appear in edit mode of the invoice (grayed out) but will not appear on the saved client facing version.
    • Subtotals
  12. Select which Taxes to apply. Click on the word Taxes to add your applicable taxes.
  13. Click Submit to access the edit mode of your invoice.

Create Invoice (edit mode)

After you have submitted your invoice details from the Create Invoice form, you will be brought to the edit mode of your invoice.
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Editable fields include:

  • Invoice Number: you can add additional information and/or change the invoice number.
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  • Issued and Due Dates
  • Address To and From fields
  • Project Name and Scope
  • Task/Cost, Quantity, and Rate - you can choose to collapse the entire task section by clicking on the icon beside the project name.
    FunctionFox product image adjusting text details

Other Functions:

  • Add/Remove line items: click on the Add Fee/Add cost link, or remove an item by clicking on the X.
  • Taxable items: you can choose to not apply your taxes to a specific line item by un-checking the checkbox next to the item.
    FunctionFox product image selecting applicable taxes

Once you are happy with your invoice, click on the Save button at the bottom right of the page.
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Note: the edits made to Tasks and Costs on your invoice will not affect any of the actual entries within FunctionFox.

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FOX TIP: Looking to further customize your invoice/quote? Check out Account Preferences > Invoicing to update invoice sequencing, footer details, invoice due date, add your logo, and more.

Viewing Invoices

Once you have saved your Invoice/Quote, it will appear within the List Invoice table.

Here you can:

  • Search for a term/value within the table.
  • Filter by Client Name
  • Filter by Stage - by default any newly created invoice will have a stage of Unpaid
  • Filter by Invoice Type
  • Choose to show:
    • Active Invoices
    • Overdue Invoices Only
    • Archived Only
    FunctionFox product image viewing current invoices

Editing Invoices

You can edit existing invoices by:

  1. Clicking on Menu > Edit
    FunctionFox product image selecting invoice for edit
  2. Make the desired edits in the invoice edit mode.
  3. Click Save

Deleting/ Archiving Invoices

When viewing your invoices on the Invoicing > View Invoice page, you can either:

  1. Delete the Invoice/Quote by clicking on the delete icon.
  2. Archive the Invoice/Quote by clicking on Menu > Archive

View Details

You can access a quick view of your invoice details on the View Invoices page by clicking on Menu > Details for the Invoice/Quote you wish to see.
FunctionFox product image viewing invoice details

Click on the View/Add Payments link to access a feature that allows you to enter in a payment history for your Invoice. (Note: these payments will only be viewable from the Invoice Report)

Other Viewing Formats

You can view your invoice in other file formats by clicking on the Menu > View HTML or View PDF

Email your Invoice

Email a PDF version of the invoice to the person who created it by clicking on Menu > Email PDF. That user can then forward the Invoice to the Client.

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