Why use Dropbox for Invoice Management?

Dropbox is a personal online cloud storage service that is used for file sharing and collaboration. One of the most significant advantages that Dropbox provides for accounting and invoice management is, that it allows you to synchronize, store and manage all your important documents: invoices, bills, receipts, notes and, well, pretty much everything else you need. Everything you need to do is create a folder on your computer and place all documents there, create a Dropbox account and sync. That's it!

No more hours spent searching for a missed invoice or bill. When tax season comes around, you'll have all your documents in one place. You can also share this folder and all documents in it with your accountant, and they will have access to your invoices and expenses whenever they need, without asking you to send it. You can even stop worrying about accidentally deleted invoices. They will be backed up on Dropbox servers, and you can quickly restore them anytime.

1. Begin integration process

Login to GetMyInvoices > Choose "Sync" from the left menu > Click "Synchronization Accounts" on the right side > Click "Add Sync Account" > Choose Dropbox > Click "Continue"

1. Begin integration process

2. Configure sync settings

Choose how often invoices should be synchronized, set start date of sync and put comment > If needed click "Extended Settings" and continue set up > Click "Continue"

2. Configure sync settings

3. Connect GetMyInvoices and Dropbox

Login to your Dropbox account > Click "Allow"

3. Connect GetMyInvoices and Dropbox

4. Configure sync account

Add sync account type and name, choose a folder you want to sync > Click "Save"

4. Configure sync account

5. Integration finished

Your synchronization has been created. It will take about 5 minutes until you will see synchronization information under the main menu item "Sync" > That's it!

5. Integration finished

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