Create your expense in 2 steps:

  1. Snap a picture of your receipt
  2. Get notified when the receipt has been read-out so that you can fill in the missing fields to then submit.

πŸ”” Make sure notifications are enabled for Rydoo on your smartphone

Whether you have a single receipt or many of them, we've got you covered. When opening the camera or selecting scan a receipt, you will see both functionalities: Single receipt and multiple receipts:

Scan a single receipt

This is used when you have one receipt to attach in your expense.

To scan a single receipt. Here are the steps.

  • Tap on + Add Expenses and select scan receipt. Or to quickly access the camera tap on the camera icon at the top right corner of your screen.
  • When the camera is working, focus it on the receipt until the camera has framed it. You’ll know it is ready when you see a text showing β€œReady to Scan!”

  • Tap on Add Page if that single receipt has more than one page.
  • Tap on Retake, if you are not satisfied with the picture.
  • Tap on Save once you're satisfied with the photo.
  • You will land on the to-do list while our OCR technology extracts the date, merchant, amount, and currency.
  • You'll receive a notification πŸ”” when the receipt has been read-out for you to add any missing details of the expense.

Scan multiple receipts

To scan multiple receipts, here are the steps.

  • Tap on + Add Expenses
  • Tap on the Scan Receipt
  • Tap on the Multiple expenses
  • Take a picture of the receipt by tapping on the camera icon, when the 'Ready to scan!' message appears on the screen.
  • Continue taking a picture of all the receipts. Once completed, tap on the scan icon.
  • You will land on the to-do list while our OCR technology extracts the date, merchant, amount, and currency.
  • You'll receive a notification πŸ”” when the receipt has been read-out for you to add any missing details of the expense.
πŸ”” Make sure notifications are enabled for Rydoo on your smartphone.

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