We are proud to announce that we've reworked our Add Expense Wizard, making significant improvements in the user interface, and adding more options and functionalities.
What has changed?
Mainly, we've simplified the process of adding an expense or support, as we've reduced the steps. At the same time, we've improved the user interface and added some functionalities that you will find useful. Let's take a look.
When choosing whether you want to add an Expense or a Support, you'll notice that the font is bigger, making it easier to read.
When you select to add an expense, the app will take you to the next screen, where you will enter the expense details.
As you can see in the screenshot, on just one screen, you have the option to name your expense, upload a receipt (if you have one), select the merchant and category, and set who this expense is for, and to whom it is owed. Here's how the screen will look once you've entered all the details:
In the next screen, you'll enter the amount of the expense, the share of each person, the expense date, and the due date.
Also, you can select if the expense is tax deductible, private, and/or recurring by tapping/clicking on the options at the bottom of the screen.
When adding a support, you'll see the same user interface with a few differences:
After telling the app that you want to add a support, you will be asked to choose who is part of it. Then, you'll be asked to enter all the details of the support, as you do when adding an expense.
Once you've entered all the details, you'll get a summary.
In both cases (adding a support or an expense), you can save your progress and finish later.
As you can see, the new Add Expense Wizard is more user-friendly, making the whole process more efficient. If you have any questions regarding this improved feature, please don't hesitate to reach out at email@example.com.