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Posted by on Jan 14, 2015 in Product Updates | 4 comments

3 Quick Improvements to Receipt Tables

3 Quick Improvements to Receipt Tables

This week, we released three quick user-requested upgrades to our receipt tables. Here’s what’s new:

  • We fixed a bug that wouldn’t allow a receipt to be saved if the date field wasn’t filled in. We certainly recommend entering the date on every receipt, but if for some reason it’s blank, you can still save the receipt in your account.
  • In the Vendor filter, all vendors are now sorted alphabetically to make finding what you’re looking for even easier.
  • We’ve corrected the total of all receipts shown at the bottom of the receipt table. So if you apply a filter (e.g., all receipts with the vendor Home Depot in December 2014), the total at the bottom of the receipt table will show the total for all receipts that match that filter.

We know they’re┬átiny improvements, but we wanted to give you a quick heads up about the changes! Let us know if you have any questions via email at help@team.shoeboxed.com or on Twitter at @ShoeboxedHelp.

  • kt

    Are you any closer to getting the merge receipts function restored?

  • Emily at Shoeboxed

    We have been working on adding other more highly-requested features, so we have not built a new merge receipt option. I will update this thread if and when we plan to add it.

  • kt

    That is disappointing, especially since you responded to a query on this blog about the same issue a few months ago by saying

    “The merge receipts function will be added back to the tables soon. We apologize for any inconvenience in the meantime!”

    There are a number of reasons why the same expense may appear in more than one document, being able to merge them so that tallies remain accurate without duplication is really important.

  • Emily at Shoeboxed

    You are correct that, at that time, we did plan to bring merge receipts back. However, we have received only a handful of requests for the feature since it was removed, and therefore our priorities have shifted. We appreciate your feedback and will keep you updated if anything changes.