How to submit? – Organize and Manage Those Invoices

InvoiceJournal.comHow do you track your invoices? You don’t? Then you’d do well to try InvoiceJournal. It’s much easier than jotting down notes on dirty paper napkins or even popping open Word and typing up every last detail.

Why do so much work when InvoiceJournal has got it all figured out for you? It’s a fairly simple app which lets you make and track all your invoices. You can easily enter new clients, add info to existing client invoices, and you can also send your invoices to your clients with just one click. There are two main tab functions within the dashboard: invoices and clients. With the former you can access existing invoices which are catalogued by number. You may also search for invoices by company name, status or email. Here you can enter in new invoices as well. Under the clients tab you’ll find client info, for example, name, email address, invoices and their statuses, and any existing drafts. Finally you can adjust your currency preferences, display date, templates, passwords and email prefs using the settings tab. InvoiceJournal is free to use. In Their Own Words

“For the incredibly low price of zero dollars and zero cents you too can use Invoice Journal to send an unlimited number of invoices to an unlimited number of clients.
Invoice journal is a web application which means that you can send invoices from a deli in Spain, the beaches of Bora Bora, or your small cramped office back home.

Invoice Journal is always on and always ready to serve.

Never send an ugly, inaccurate, boring invoice again. With Invoice Journal your invoices will appear clear and clean both on-screen and on paper. You can even download our base template and design your own to match you own business design.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

InvoiceJournal keeps it simple. Their invoices are both neat and practical. Users will be able to access their invoices from anywhere in the world, which is quite handy for those awkward vacation moments when some sort of crisis arises. Also, it’s simple to use, all you have to do is enter in the info; InvoiceJournal does the rest and keeps things organized for easy searching.

Some Questions About

Will this tool pull its weight? Will users seek something more powerful? More features—eg time tracking?

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