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In the past few weeks we had been really busy adding some nice little features to our service.  One such feature is the support for currency symbols.  Now you can have your currency symbols ($, €, £, ¥) on your invoices instead of the standard currency code (USD, EUR, GBP, JPY…).

As you may know, we already support multi-currency in our service.  Now you can configure a unique symbol for each and every currency that you use.  You can configure this in “Currency & Time” settings.

To configure your currency symbol, follow the steps below-

  1. Click on the “Settings” link at the top right.
  2. Click on the “Currency & Time” link on the left, this will take you to the currency and time zone configuration page.
  3. In the currency and time zone configuration page, you have the “Currency Details” table, where you can add as many currencies as you want and for each currency you can specify a unique symbol.
  4. In the same table you can also specify the format for the currencies and select the currency that has to be used as your base currency (the currency, in which you do all your accounting).

Hope this makes your invoices look much more professional.  Give it a try and share your comments.

Happy Invoicing!

Siva

  1. Jan Machacek

    Dear ZOHO,we struggle with the currency symbols. Here in the Czech Republic, we use CZK, and we always put the currency behind the amount, for instance “1 200,00 Kč”. We have discovered some workarounds to hide the currency symbol, and to insert the Kč manually.Anyway, in some fields “balance due” etc, there is no such option.Is there a way we can have the currency symbol after the text?Best regardsJan Machacek

  2. Jan Machacek

    Dear ZOHO,we struggle with the currency symbols. Here in the Czech Republic, we use CZK, and we always put the currency behind the amount, for instance “1 200,00 Kč”. We have discovered some workarounds to hide the currency symbol, and to insert the Kč manually.Anyway, in some fields “balance due” etc, there is no such option.Is there a way we can have the currency symbol after the text?Best regardsJan Machacek