Faster, better, stronger Expenses dialog!

Zhenya Grinshteyn —  February 25, 2010 — 3 Comments

We’re listening to users and rolling out improvements to our service as fast as we can get them done. Curtis has been putting in his share of work and today marks the release of an updated Expenses dialog. What’s the fuss all about you ask? Here’s the latest changes to the Expenses dialog:

Track mileage, add credit cards, and search to filter expenses on the new Expenses dialog

The Expenses dialog has been updated to allow direct mileage tracking and a search box to filter expenses quickly

  • The credit card and cash filters were moved to their own tab under Cards.  Add more credit cards to import expenses from and filter which card’s expenses are shown from this tab.
  • Track mileage from the Add Mileage tab. Pick the date of travel, enter the amount of miles traveled, set your reimbursable rate per mile (we’ve automatically filled in the federal rate of $0.55/mile), and select the category to classify the mileage expense. Click New Expense and we’ll do the multiplication to add a categorized mileage expense to your list of expenses.
  • Now you can search through all of your expenses instantly. Open the new Search tab and start typing. Your expenses will be filtered on the fly to reflect what you are typing in to the search box.
  • Stylistic clean up and optimizations were put in effect all over the place to make the dialog easier to read and your expense data faster to browse through.

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3 responses to Faster, better, stronger Expenses dialog!


    Such a great product you guys have. Fyi, though, the current mileage rate for 2010 is $.50 (reduced from $.55 in 2009). See for details.


    Thanks for the info Cary! We’ve actually made it so that each time you add new mileage using the Add Mileage tab, it saves the mileage rate that you used. So once you add an entry with a rate of $0.50, it will use that as your mileage rate until you enter one that’s different. We made it flexible in that way because some people use the standard mileage rate and while others do not.


    Very good. Thanks. I shouldn’t have said “the … mileage rate”; I should have said “the … IRS mileage rate.” 🙂

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