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View sales transactions

The Sales page gives you a great at-a-glance view of the status of sales transactions, open invoices, and paid invoices. You can also view, create, and edit sales transactions from within the page.

To access this page, from the left menu select Sales and choose All Sales.

View transaction and invoice status at a glance

Once on the Sales page, you'll notice the Money Bar, which is a key part of the page. It shows you the status and amounts of your sales transactions at a glance, and gives you an instant view of open and recently paid invoices. It also shows you if you have unbilled items like estimates, time activities, charges, or costs.

You can view details about individual transactions in the list, which can display:

  • Estimates
  • Invoices
  • Sales receipts
  • Payments
  • Credit notes
  • Delayed charges
  • Billable time activities

The list makes it easy to view the status of any transaction, and to see whether a specific transaction is Open, Closed, Paid, Partially Paid, or Overdue.

You can easily customise the list to view the information you need:

  • Filter the list to see only the items you're interested in.
  • Change the columns to view just the data you need.
  • Export lists to Microsoft Excel so you can work with the data it contains in other ways.

Note that the default view for all transactions is '365 days'. The Invoices page will not display unless an invoice is created within the last 365 days.

Easily manage sales transactions

From the Sales page, you can easily:

  • Create new invoices, payments, sales receipts, estimates, credit notes, delayed charges, and billable time activity from the the New transaction drop-down menu.
  • Take action on a transaction. For example, you can receive payment for an invoice directly from the list by selecting Receive payment in the Action column.
  • Print transactions or delivery challans (for invoices and sales receipts), individually or for a group you specify.
  • Copy, delete, or void  transactions.
  • Send transactions, and, when sending a single transaction, customise the message you send with it.
  • Change the status of estimates.
  • Create additional customer entries such as charges, time activities, and credits .

Now you can make the Sales page work for you.

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