When adding receipts using the Concur Mobile app, some sort of magic (called ExpenseIt) is used to extract the relevant information and file and expense automatically. Very nice, ver useful.Besides the app or the web interface you can also add expense by forwarding them to email@example.com. I was under the impression that concur will automatically apply the the same magic when using that feature. Sadly, it does not. However, once you added the image or pdf, you can then go into the app and apply the ExpenseIt manually. Nice but a tedious process.
This leads me to my question: Can I use the ExpenseIt feature from the web interface or/and can I set it to be run automatically when I send files to firstname.lastname@example.org ?
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Can I send say 20 receipts in one email to email@example.com and have them all load correctly?
@jkachevas I'm trying to find out if this is possible. I just tested it myself by attaching two receipts and the result was not what I expected. It gave me basically a blank image and the currency was way off. 🙂 I'll let you know if I hear anything. As for now, based on my test, I wouldn't recommend attaching multiple receipts.
@jkachevas Okay, I tested again with attaching two receipts to one email and it worked. So, give it a try. 🙂
Can I also trigger ExpenseIt from the web interface?
@mwilhelm ExpenseIt works from taking a picture in the mobile app or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Those are the only two options. It isn't triggered from the web version.