HI, I have a few expenses that show as "non-billable" in a report, but when I go to edit those expenses, I only see the "reimbursable" checkbox. Where can I reset these expenses to "billable". Thanks.
Hi @glglasser that sounds unusual - do you have a report ID? I'd like to take a look.
Hi @RachCHopkins . Many thanks. try 31037308.
Hi @glglasser - I'm not sure if you saw Jenna's update regarding the new options for reimbursable defaults, but at the same time we also added the ability to disable the re-billing feature and it looks like you have inadvertently done this.
If you enable it by changing to 'default to billable' or 'default to non-billable', that checkbox will come back to life.
@RachCHopkins That is very helpful. Thank you. I had turned that off because going forward I would like all expenses that are marked reimbursable to be billable and all expenses marked non-reimbursable to be not billable. Basically, I need only one of the variables, not both. But, I guess before I make that switch permanent, I need to find and edit all expenses where they are not marked the same.
Is there some way to search all my expenses and identify all expenses marked "reimbursable" but not "billable"?
@glglasser - sadly we don't have filters that would show you expenses that were marked reimbursable but not billable. At this time the Expenses page only offers filters to display Billable, Reimbursable, or all. (Below)
OK, thanks. Is there somewhere to vote for more filtering options? This is not the first time I've wished/wanted/desired/begged for more filter options. For example, I'd love the ability to search for a specific value or range of values. Thanks again.
That would be awesome to have more filtering options in Expensify. I have to reavaluate all the non-billable items for a specific year, because some are now billable. The only way to do that without having to go through them all one by one, would probably to export the receipts in CVS and then find the expenses in that file with Excel/GSheet, and then find them in Expensify to check them as billable. This is ridicoulously complicated.
@Mwen I agree. Ridiculously complicated.