Curious about what’s happening with your report and when it’s happening? Whether you’re a submitter, approver, or exporter you can find detailed history of your reports actions.
This history is especially useful in a myriad of situations , but we’ve found these to be the most common:
- Checking the status of your reimbursment: ACH Direct Deposit reimbursement takes between 4-5 business days. If you’ve forgotten when your report’s reimbursement was initiated, you’ll find this information in the report history. Then count the days till you get paid!
- Tracking your report through its approval workflow: Find out where in your company’s approval workflow your report is. Ex: your manager has approved it, but your accountant has not. (Bother your accountant!)
- Comments on report submission or rejection: If you need to review and act on comments made on a report when it was submitted or in the case of rejection, they are all documented in the report history.
- Proof of submission, approval, and reimbursement: Numbers don’t lie! This documentation will help you keep track of dates of important report actions.
While this is our best practices list of uses, don’t feel limited! Feel free to use report history any way you see fit. If you have any questions about report history or any of Expensify’s documentation, give us a shout at email@example.com.