Easier Billing Maintenance

I have a professional account, and I manage our companys account, with four seats. It would just be nice to be able to easily combine the two, and have all billing info in one place. Also be able to set up an email to get invoices sent to a specific address. Today we have 4-6 invoices scattered over a month: no system and very hard to keep track. It is hard to see if I have what I should have, or if I am paying too much.  

  • Jesper Fagerlund
  • Jan 18 2017
  • Reviewed
  • Colton Bowshier commented
    14 Dec, 2021 04:23pm

    This is a nightmare - please please please fix this soon. Accounting is all over me.

  • Daniel Mohn-Reinaas commented
    18 Oct, 2021 07:54am

    I'm soon paying more to my accountant for all the administration than to webflow. Please fix this.

  • Daniel Dimitrov commented
    4 Feb, 2021 03:58pm

    It's unfortunetly imposible to manage both our team account billings let alone all of our clients billings coming in at different points during the month.

    It would be very useful and appreciated to have the option to control when rebilling takes place, say choose what day each month.

    PLEASE introduce this feature very soon! -- We're fighting an uphill battle that shouldn't need to be fought.

  • Tania Fauvel commented
    28 Jan, 2021 12:51pm

    The invoicing system is an absolute mess. Hire and accountant to get basics sorted. It is impossible currently to track anything.

  • Torkel Vikeby commented
    19 Jul, 2018 06:45am

    My company is closing in on 100 published websites. And are having a difficult time keeping track of all the invoices that are coming in on seperate dates. We really want to get the invoices all togheter on a given date, either once a month or twice a year.

  • Patrik Strandell commented
    25 Apr, 2017 05:21pm

    This would definetly make invoices from webflow seem more reliable and professional, I would like this!

    An extra argument for this feature is that this might allow you to consolidate a client's web traffic so they can be charged for usage across all their sites.

    Since clients with multiple low traffic sites pay substantially more compared to clients with one big heavy traffic site, but it is often the latter that makes more money and has no issue with higher hosting fees. So I think you could both make more money and get more clients if this is doable.

  • Koen Spaansen commented
    28 Feb, 2017 11:03am

    Maybe its a better idea that the clients can see the PDF in their CMS?

  • Koen Spaansen commented
    18 Jan, 2017 10:08pm

    This is really needed! i can't mail all that monlty PDF's to my customers by hand or do i?

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