Shoeboxed Releases Enhanced Document Tables and New User Friendly Help Widget

If you logged in to your Shoeboxed account today you most likely noticed a series of great new improvements across your favorite web application!

This morning The Shoeboxed Development Team rolled out a series of exciting updates, including faster, smoother document tables and a brand new user friendly help widget.

Shoeboxed’s beautiful new document tables, beyond being easier one the eye, also load faster than their predecessors and provide users with the ability to sort their receipts by date added. In addition, these new and improved document tables now feature a column that displays the medium through which you submitted or sent that particular piece of paper clutter to us. How organized, eh?! Here, see for yourself:


Speaking of sending us your paper clutter, thanks to our new help widget it’s now easier than ever for users to see all of the countless ways they can send receipts, business cards, bills and other documents to Shoeboxed HQ. Whether it by mail, e-mail, mobile phone, computer or scanner, Shoeboxed will happily accept your paper clutter anytime, anywhere. All you have to do is take a peek at our help widget (conveniently located on the right side of your Shoeboxed dashboard), choose the submission methods that are most convenient for you, and you’ll be organized before you know it!



We hope you enjoy these new features as much as we’ve enjoyed developing them! However, if you have any questions or concerns about the new and improved Shoeboxed web application please don’t hesitate to e-mail us at or give us a shout on Twitter @Shoeboxed. As always, we’d love to hear from you anytime!

We’ll be sure to keep you in the loop as more upgrades and fun new features are released! Check our blog frequently to stay up to date about all of the latest and greatest Shoeboxed news.

In the meantime, stay organized out there!

The Shoeboxed Team

Organizing the World: The Faces of Shoeboxed

With Shoeboxed there has never been one “best” way to use our service to stay organized. And after scanning millions of receipts and business cards since 2007, we say that from years of firsthand experience!

Shoeboxed takes enormous pride in serving clients from around the country and across the globe, all of whom use our service in a myriad of ways to fulfill a whole host of organizational needs in both their personal and professional lives.

With that in mind, Shoeboxed is both pleased and honored to launch a series that spotlights our wonderful users, their success stories, and countless ways satisfied Shoeboxed customers worldwide are utilizing our service to stay organized.

From Faders to Financials: Serena Andrews and Dream Siren Records

“My philosophy is that the more autonomy I have as an artist to manage my career, the smoother and cleaner things go…”

-Serena Andrews

Introducing: Serena Andrews
Profession: musician
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Personal Blog:
Twitter: @serenaandrews


About Serena:

Serena Andrews is a New York based solo indie musician who owns her own record label, Dream Siren Records.  The popularity of her Synth/New Wave/80’s influenced music is keeping both her solo career and music production company very busy. Most recently, Serena produced for the annual Record Production Month Challenge, with a record entitled “Do Not Resist” and is now working on a series of live projects with a host of other local electronic musicians.

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You Lost $2.5 Billion On Scanner Errors This Year

Consumers are losing $2.5 billion every year because of overcharging, Good Morning America reports. GMA’s price check team investigated a dozen stores in New York, New Jersey and Virginia recently and found widespread overcharging. With inaccurate scanners, inaccurate pricing signs, and clerical error, make sure to check your receipts as you are checking out of stores this holiday season. A few dollars here and few dollars there can add up, and being vigilant can save you money. Continue reading “You Lost $2.5 Billion On Scanner Errors This Year”