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Series

Purpose of this article

This article teaches how to manage a Series which are used to number and group invoices.

Before you start

Make sure you have:

  • the Finance addon enabled (please contact [email protected] if you would like more information on enabling this addon)

  • the correct administrator permissions (“accounting-edit”)

  • knowledge of any existing systems used for ordering the institution’s invoices so that it might be (closely) replicated

Instruction
  • Log in as an Administrator with the permission “accounting-edit” (included with the Role “Accountant” in addition to “Superuser”).

  • From the Main menu, go to Finance > Series.

    • To create new invoice series number:

      • Click “+ Add a new series”.

      • Enter a name for later reference; it will not visible to applicants.

      • (Optional) You can tick the box under “Blocking invoice” to block every applicants, who have the unpaid (Is not marked as a collected) invoice with this serial number. Applicant can by unblocked only by fully collecting the invoice or deleting invoice.

      • Drag and drop placeholders between the “Drag the placeholders here:” and “Unused placeholders:” to create a desired Series.

        • Some placeholders are blank, so additional text or numbers can be entered into the Series.
      • Once you are satisfied with the format, click on “Save changes”.

    • To edit or delete existing invoice series numbers:

      • Locate the target Series and click on the wrench icon next to it.

      • Choose “Edit” or “Delete”.

Expected outcome of the instruction

The invoice Series feature allows for the configuration of how invoice numbers are generated. If there is a requirement to number different types of invoices differently, the Series feature will allow for different configurations to be used for different types of invoices.

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Payment Gateways

How to send a manual invoice to the applicant

Next steps

How to create an invoice template