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How to upload your receipts and invoices to AutoEntry - your options!

May 16, 2022

AutoEntry allows you to upload your receipts or invoices through the website, e-mail, or mobile app. Before you start, it is essential to bear in mind that AutoEntry only accepts documents in PDF, JPEG, TIFF, or XLSX/DOC file formats. 

This article explains what to do in each case. 

How to upload receipts and invoices to Autoentry via the web browser 

To upload your receipts or invoices: 

  1. Log into AutoEntry 
  2. AutoEntry has two folders to which you can upload invoices: The purchases/Bills folder and the Sales folder. 
  3. Select the Purchase/Bills folder. 
  4. Click on the +Upload button. 
  5. An ‘Add Items’ window will appear with multiple options on how you can upload your receipt. 
  6. You can do either of the two: 
  • Drag and drop your receipts in the window. 
  • Browse through your computer (or whichever device you are using) and select documents to upload. 

How to upload receipts and invoices to Autoentry via e-mail 

When you sign up for AutoEntry – you will get four unique e-mails set up for the Expense Reports, Supplier Statements, Sales and the Purchases folders.  

To upload your receipts and invoices via e-mail, send the files to your assigned purchases e-mail. 

How to upload receipts and invoices to AutoEntry via the app 

To upload your receipts and invoices via the app: 

  • Start the AutoEntry app on your phone. 
  • Navigate to the Purchases folder. 
  • Snap or scan your receipt  
  • Assign your image a category. 
  • Press the upload button. 

To know if your receipt has been uploaded: 

  • Head on to the Activity tab in AutoEntry. It will give you a summary of the items that you have uploaded. 
  • You will see a notification banner in your Purchases inbox confirming that the receipt has been uploaded successfully – and is being scanned by AutoEntry. 


If you haven’t got access to your AutoEntry account, please contact your Spondoo Bookkeeper. 

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