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The Push for Inbox0

Puneet Lath —  March 17, 2017 — 2 Comments

People download the Expensify app for all kinds of reasons: accountants looking for a better (read: less shoebox-shaped) way to collect receipts from clients, employees sick of submitting taped receipts to their boss, and even individuals who just want an easy way to track how often they’re eating Taco Bell (me; too often). One of the major challenges we’ve faced is how to ensure that Expensify works for everyone without requiring tedious configuration. Enter Inbox. Continue Reading…

As Expensify has grown up, we’ve put more and more energy into adding functionality to give admins more control over how employees interact with Expensify. Today, we’re happy to announce that we fully support SAML single sign-on via both our website and mobile app. We can work with any identity provider, such as OneLogin and Okta, as long as they support SAML 2.0.  Continue Reading…

In previous Expensify blog posts you may have heard us refer to WOW Fridays. Every Friday at Expensify, we allow our engineers the freedom to work on projects of their choosing, that aren’t necessarily part of our immediate product roadmap. We do this in order to allow them to exercise their creative freedom with the benefit that we end up with some really cool additions to the product. Well, the latest product of WOW Fridays is here: Continue Reading…

As we continue towards our major realtime expense reporting push, we are continuing to streamline the Expensify product. This started with simplifying our pricing structure and now involves changing the way report submission and approval works for those people using Expensify outside of an expense policy. When users submit reports outside of an expense policy, the reports are now moved to the “closed” state and shared with the person the report was submitted to. The recipient of the report still has the ability to approve the report by moving the report to a policy.  Continue Reading…

We are very happy to announce that our Reconciliation and Central Administration feature is now available for American Express corporate cards. Because the feature was such a hit with commercial card holders, we decided to develop for Corporate cards as well.  Continue Reading…

One of the things we pride ourselves on at Expensify is flexibility. Our users have a very diverse set of needs and our goal is to find a simple solution that meets all of them. While the QuickBooks integration that we have built is great for most users, we realize that some people like an extra level of customization. This is why we are taking the time to let you know about this custom QuickBooks integration option.

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Here at Expensify we put an emphasis on simple, hassle free expense reporting. We also believe that the best way to develop Expensify into an even more amazing experience is by listening to our users. You asked for a more in-depth way to tag expenses and today we’re thrilled to unveil the magic of multi-level tagging! This new Corporate plan feature is perfect for companies that require more than one tag field. Here’s how it works:

Based on the choice made for the first tag, a second subset of tag options will magically appear. Because tag levels can be hierarchical, users don’t have to sift through giant tag lists to find what they’re looking for.

After the second tag is chosen, more tag lists can appear, customizable up to 5 tag levels.

More great news! Every multi-level tag can be coded for export in a customized CSV export file, tuned to the requirements of your accounting package.

We hope you enjoy this new feature! If you have questions or would like to set up multi-level tagging for your company please email us at help@expensify.com.