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This discussion was created from comments split from: Deep Dive: GL Code formula.
Our company likes to maintain a backup of all receipts submitted by users to Expensify. Instead of downloading these on a transaction by transaction basis, is there a way admin's can do a batch download of all submitted receipts on a daily/monthly/weekly basis, for example?
Take away the ability for users to select "Non-Reimbursable" if they don't have a corporate card allocated to them. Instead, give them a "Personal" selection, where it does not get imported to the ERP at all.
This discussion was created from comments split from: Identifying Expenses.
Currently Expensify only has the option to split expenses based on the GBP value, which is fine when the cost is in GBP, however if the cost is in Euros this means the user has to calculate the rate using the amount charged on the credit card to calculate the GBP value, rather than just having the abilty to split the Euro cost with the known Euro value.
As an example: Per Diems. We use per diems, and allow employees to enter in multiple days at one time for ease of use. However, the calculation to determine if a single expense is flagged or not is by TOTAL amount for the expense. Thus, multiple day expenses are flagged as out of policy even though on a DAILY basis each expense is just fine.
Would be nice if the system accounted for multiple days for an expense and divided the total by the # of days to see if average day was over the limit before flagging it.
Is there a way that we can have 'Items' listed as an option when filling out the expenses. We use the Items section in Intacct and when we export we need to manually input the items in Intacct, having that option in Expensify would be very helpful.
The way the UX is set up you change taxes first then categories. Well once you change the category that resets the taxes. One shouldn't impact the other or at the very least, move the category selection above the tax selection so that the work previously performed doesn't have to be redone.