If you send regular invoices to a particular client, you can schedule them to be generated and/or sent automatically.

Set-up your fee structure

Create your client and/or projects and set up your fee structure the way you like - hourly, fixed rate, retainer, or a combination of those (we call that combination per item pricing).

Click a project's overview page and then edit to add the pricing structure that fits the way you work.

Set-up your invoice

Go to accounting > invoices and click the blue + to create an invoice or begin from your client's invoicing tab. Since invoicing is such a vital part of your business, almost anywhere you see the + in the upper right, you can create an invoice.

Select recurring to begin the set up process.

You'll set up how often you'd like your invoice to be created per the interval you choose. For example, you can choose recurs: 1, interval: year for 1 time per year or recurs: 2, interval: month for every 2 months.

Set the date you'd like to start. You can view the next run time as well so you can be sure that you set your recurrence up correctly.

You can opt to send the invoice automatically by checking the box. Or uncheck the box and you'll receive a notification at the bell icon in the upper right corner when your invoice is ready for your approval.

If you bill hourly, you can choose how much you'd like each line to show in total. One line of the invoice can show the total hours for the invoiced period, a month, a week, or each day.


This gif illustrates what the final invoice will look like depending on what you select for hourly line breakdown.

Opt to include billable hours, billable projects, or both. then click ok and save your invoice. You can view your recurring invoices in your invoice list in accounting or in your client's invoice list.

Click any of the recurring invoices to view it. Click the recurrence in the upper left corner to make edits as necessary. If you'd like to pause this recurrence, but not remove it, you can uncheck the "enabled" box to save it for later use.

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