Introducing SmartScans and Clarifying eReceipts…

David Barrett —  January 26, 2012 — Leave a comment

Hello, I hope you’re recovering nicely from your New Year’s festivities and are ready to take this year by storm. I just wanted to take a moment to clarify a couple of things to help make sure 2012 goes smooth:

1) That cool scanning system we introduced in May? It’s now officially cool enough to warrant its own name: SmartScan. Just like before it automatically extracts the merchant, amount, and date from uploaded receipt images. But now it has a fancy name and a much more detailed help page, including tips on how to capture images that produce the best results:

2) Like before you get 10 for free, but now your free quota refills every month! So if you run out and don’t feel like buying more (at the same price, $0.20 each), just wait until next month and you’ll get 10 more for free.

3) We’ve switched from a “prepaid” model (eg, buy scans before you use them) to a “post-pay” model: just upgrade your account to Professional, provide a credit card when prompted, and we’ll bill you for any SmartScans above 10 at the end of the month.

4) Finally, for all this hoopla about SmartScans, I want to remind you: eReceipts are even better. Imported directly from your bank account so no typing *or* scanning required. More information here:

I’m slowly churning through the final hundred or so responses to the last newsletter, but I’m always extremely eager for more. Please let me know if I can clarify anything about the above, or help in any way. Thanks for using Expensify, and I look forward to talking with you soon!

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Founder of Expensify, destroyer of expense reports, and savior to frustrated employees worldwide.

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