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theaultbeahotel-
Level 1

How do you snap multiple receipts? I have an invoice which is printed across 2 pages of A4. How do I take 2 pictures and allocate to 1 receipt?

 
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emmam6
Moderator

How do you snap multiple receipts? I have an invoice which is printed across 2 pages of A4. How do I take 2 pictures and allocate to 1 receipt?

Hello theaultbeahotel, thanks for reaching out to the Community about receipt snaps. There is not an option at the moment to allocate two pictures to one receipt. It would be a case of creating the transaction manually in this instance and then using the attachments option to attach the image manually to the transaction. We appreciate that is not ideal. You can leave feedback in the cog in the top right of QuickBooks. Any questions let us know, we'd be happy to answer them. 

NicolaP
Level 1

How do you snap multiple receipts? I have an invoice which is printed across 2 pages of A4. How do I take 2 pictures and allocate to 1 receipt?

I am having the same problem. Some of my receipts span two pages which cannot be uploaded as one photograph. This is absolutely ridiculous and time wasting! 

ChristieAnn
QuickBooks Team

How do you snap multiple receipts? I have an invoice which is printed across 2 pages of A4. How do I take 2 pictures and allocate to 1 receipt?

Hello there, NicolaP.

 

This isn't the kind of experience I want you to feel regarding uploading receipts as one photograph in QuickBooks Online. I can also see how time-saving it is and works seamlessly in the program so you run your business smoothly. Let me provide an alternative step to achieve your goal and ensure you can send feedback so this suggestion is forwarded to the Product Development Team.

 

I recommend submitting feedback on the ability to snap multiple receipts and upload them as one photo in QBO. The recommendations are sent to our engineer for consideration in future updates.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Click the Gear icon at the top.
  2. Choose Feedback.
  3. Enter your comments or product suggestions. Then, select Next to submit feedback.

 

For now, you can manually enter the receipts in the program as an expense and attach the snapped photo.

 

In case you need on how to run a report that will reflect all payments made to suppliers, you can read this article: Run a report with supplier totals.

 

Should you have any additional concerns about capturing sales receipts in QuickBooks, feel free to let us know. It would be our pleasure to help you out here in the Community. Take care!

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