You’ve heard about Expensify’s culture, right? Well if you have, you surely know about our legendary, annual “Offshore” trips. In short, Expensify works abroad for an entire month together, because why not?! The purpose and goal being not only an opportunity to see another part of this beautiful world, but also come together as a team and focus on what we are doing, where we are going and most importantly, why. Last year we went to Croatia and this is what work looked like for a month:
Great news everybody! We’ve just released support for kilometres in mileage expenses (both web and mobile) as well as time tracking on the web interface.
In the mobile app, you now have the option to select between miles and kilometres for mileage entries. Whether you’re creating a basic distance expense, using our odometer option or the GPS tracker you can select kilometres to track your trip accurately. Continue Reading…
Shout out to all the Domain Control users out there! Per demand, we’ve updated the functionality of our ‘Strictly enforce expense policy’ permission to allow more customization.
As a reminder, ‘Strictly enforce expense policy’ limits two things. When this is enabled for a group of users:
- They cannot submit expense reports with ANY report violations.
- They cannot submit expense reports to anyone but the approver set in their policy.
Here at Expensify, we understand that simplicity is imperative to a smooth workflow. To that extent, we’ve received requests over the years to simplify, or at least add some simple options, to our approval workflow. Today we’ve made good on those requests. We’re proud to introduce two new Approval Modes: Submit Only and Submit & Approve. Continue Reading…
Name: Giorgio Calderolla
Alter ego/Nickname: Gio (Joe?), Giorgio Calderoni, Giorgio Maccheroni, Giorgio Lasagne, Giorgio (insert italian food or car make here)
Hometown: Conegliano, Italy (sometimes referred to as “Coney Island” by the locals)
Role(s) at Expensify: Frontend developer, other things developer, prettifier, speedifier, streamlinizer. Being confused and hesitating for a second when someone tries to high five me, and then saying ‘ouch’. Continue Reading…