As a new user, you will be asked to enter a few essential information about your organisation during Quick Setup (See Getting Started If you’ve missed to fill a few fields during the quick setup, don’t panic. You can still do a complete set up of your organisation from the Settings tab.
Setting Up your organisation
Provide basic information about your organisation
Users & Roles
Add multiple Users, assign them Roles and collaborate with them.
- Adding Users
- Deleting Users
- Changing User’s Status
- Adding Custom Roles
- Restricting user access to a set of customers
Configure your preferences from the Settings section.
- Recurring Invoices
- Credit Notes
- Delivery Note Settings
- Packing Slip Settings
- Custom Fields
Manage multiple Currencies in Zoho Invoice to transact with global clients.
- Adding New Currency
- Edit Currency and Adding Exchange Rate
- View Exchange Rates
- Importing Exchange Rate
- Exporting Exchange Rate
- Fetch Exchange Rates Manually
Setup the VAT information for your business in Zoho Invoice.
Choose and customise templates in Zoho Invoice. customise color, font, font sizes and a lot more in the templates. Select information that needs to be shown or change text for the labels.
Sections that can be customised in templates.
1) Template Properties
2) Header & Document Information
3) Item Table
To customise templates:
- Go to > More Settings > Templates.
Here you can choose the module for which you wish to customise the template for,
- Credit Notes
- Retainer Invoices
You can either customise the pre-loaded templates or add a new template by selecting the +New button on the New Template section. The new template option will allow you to create a template by asking you to choose one of a pre-loaded templates as the base.
To edit a template, hover over the template you wish to edit and select the Edit button.
After editing, press the Save button to save the changes.
Set manual and automatic reminders to remind you about the invoices that are nearing or passed the payment date.
Automation allows you to create a set of rules for modules of Zoho Invoice based on which appropriate actions would be performed. A good example would be the case where a congratulatory e-mail is sent automatically to the team members when an estimate for goods worth over £1000 gets accepted by a client. In the next few steps, you will be learning about:
- Creating and describing a Workflow.
- Deciding on when to execute a workflow.
- Setting the conditions for executing a workflow.
- Associating actions such as email alerts, field updates and webhooks with a workflow.
- Connecting to an external web service provider using Webhooks.
To get started with workflows, navigate to > More Settings > Automation.
- Workflow Scenarios
- Setting Up a New Workflow Rule
- Email Alerts
- Field Updates
- Webhook Examples
- Custom Functions
Integrate your account with a whole bunch of online payment gateways to instantly collect payments. Also integrate with Zoho CRM, with the help of a ZSC key to connect Zoho Invoice with Zoho CRM.
Manage your Subscription in Zoho Invoice.