Pro Tip Mondays: Webinars!

Omar Al-Agely —  February 14, 2012 — 1 Comment

This week is going to be an unusual Pro Tip Monday… our recent success with weekly Webinars has made us want to do more! We want to find out the relevant topics that we know our amazing users will benefit from (yes, this is going to be one of those blog posts)

We currently have three Webinars that we do every week – one on each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:30am PST. On Monday we go over setup of our most advanced features: GL Mapping, ADP integration, Commercial Card setup and Domain Control. On Wednesday we go over the basics – how to create expenses, create a report and put expenses in the report to then submit to your manager. On Friday, we go over how to setup your company account and also link Expensify with QuickBooks. To register for any of these webinars, just visit our new dedicated webinars page here:

help.expensify.com/webinars

Over the past couple of weeks, our attendance for these Webinars have more than doubled (which is awesome!) and we want to add 2 more to this weekly list.

SO this is where you come in: as our awesome users, what would you like to see? What do you think would be helpful for your company and/or companies like yours to see?

Any and all feedback is welcome!!

As always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to send us an email: help@Expensify.com

Update 1: If you missed our webinar on Using Expensify, here it is:

Update 2: And if you missed our webinar on Team Plan Setup and Integration with Quickbooks:

Update 3: And if you missed our webinar on Corporate Plan Setup and Integration with Enterprise Accounting:

Omar Al-Agely

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One response to Pro Tip Mondays: Webinars!

  1. 

    I am a business owner and installed Expensify on my iPhone to help me keep track of my spending, miles, etc. I am not using it for expenses that are turned into a manager for reimbursement. I need to either add my expenses to Quickbooks somehow, or turn everything in to my CPA for possible tax deductions. I would like to see how to better use this application to track my business expenses. Maybe there is little difference, but I am not using the application as much as I should, so happy to see the webinars.

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