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Inbox is a feature inside the Expenses application where you can organize and classify all the files that you receive from an external source, such as expense tickets from your employee or a quote sent by email by one of your providers, to then add them to your financial records in Holded.
Get your files in Inbox
There are three ways of receiving the files:
- Manual Upload
With this option you can upload the file directly from your device by dragging and dropping it to your Inbox or by clicking on the button Upload.
Remember that drag and drop files cannot exceed 5 MB.
- Send an email to your Holded email address
With this option you can let others send you files from their email directly into your Inbox. Unlike drag and drop, the limit weight of the files that can be sent to your Holded Inbox is up to 17 MB. If the file exceeds this limit, the sender will receive an email with a warning.
To know how to configure your Inbox email refer to this article
- Scan through the mobile application
With the mobile app you can scan physical documents that will appear in your Holded Inbox. To scan the file you will need to install our mobile app first, whether you have Android or iOS.
Once received, Inbox offers two views to display your files: Cards and List.
Convert your file into a Holded document
Once you have your files in your Inbox, you have three different options to convert them into a Holded document:
- Send it to the Scan to capture automatically the file data
- Assign the file to an existing Holded document
- Manually capture the data to create a new document.
With this option you can choose to Divide by item to list every item and its value or Total sum only to show just the total amount.
Learn more how to convert your file into a document here
Understanding the file statuses
When converting files into Holded documents, these files will go through several stages until completed. These will appear as follows:
When a file has just been received. You can decide to scan it in order to create a document, do a manual capture of the data or delete the file.
The system labels the file as duplicated when a name and a size matches with an already received file
The file is being processed into the system, no actions can be performed
- Pending to verify
The file has been processed and it’s pending to be approved or modified by you
An error has occurred while processing the file
The file has been processed and it’s available into the system
Whether you decide to transfer your data manually or automatically, you can choose from one of the following Holded document types to convert your Inbox files:
Purchase, Purchase order, Receipt, Refund and Sales order.
Remember that by default the type for the Holded document will be Purchase.