Recurring invoices: Rather than sending invoices manually every month, week or day, you can automate the process by setting up recurring invoices. You set up how often the invoice should be sent as well as the due date.
Payment reminders: Manually send payment reminders in the app, or decide in advance when exactly reminders should be sent to the customer. For instance, add reminders for a week or 3 days before, on the due date or any time after the due date if there has still been no payment.
Tipping: Allow clients to add a tip by switching on tipping for the particular invoice.
Requesting delivery address: If you need to ship items to customers, you can make it a requirement to enter a delivery address through the electronic invoice. This little detail could save you time chasing up the recipient in order to send a parcel.
Estimates: If your customer needs to agree on a quote, you can send an estimated amount for the recipient to accept. On the Plus plan, accepted estimates automatically convert into a normal invoice so the customer can pay immediately. On Free, you will need to send an invoice manually after the recipient accepts the estimate.
Deposits: Partial payments are possible though the invoice if you request a deposit. You decide what amount should be paid as a deposit for the goods or service, and the customer will be required to pay this and then the remaining amount at a later time.