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Modifying (also edit multiple) billable expenses - no billable option available

LauraLLauraL Expensify Customer Posts: 12 Expensify Newcomer
edited January 2019 in Ideas

If your company policy shows "Rebill expenses to clients" as Disabled you will not be able to edit any expenses that hit that policy to make them Billable. You won't get any error message - you just don't get the Billable option. This is a head scratcher. I only figured it out because when I went to the report and had an item that had been marked as Billable and then moved into a different policy it threw up an error message saying [this is a billable expense in a policy that doesn't allow billable expenses]. I went into the policy and changed the setting to "Default to non-billable" so at least now Billable is an option. Very non-intuitive and only something you can fix if you have policy admin rights.

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