How Do I Attach Receipts to Expenses?

How Do I Attach Receipts to Expenses?

When making payments to expenses in Zola Suite you may want to store specific attachment records to the expense like a receipt and or a credit memo.


On the bottom of the check, expense or vendor bill detail/edit pages you will have the ability to attach receipts

Check Editing Page:

Soft Cost Expense Editing Page:

Vendor Bill Editing Page:


To view the receipt after the vendor bill, check or expense has been created

  1. Click the pencil icon to the specific record that has the associated attachment
  2. On the bottom of the page you will see the number of attachments, click on the arrow
  3. Click on the attachment you would like to download. 


You can also delete the attachment, using the trash can icon to the right of the specific attachment record. 
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