Access your PayPal account on the go: PayPal Business app
Manage your moneyWhen you log in to the PayPal Business app, you’ll see all your latest transactions and their details. You can check and transfer the money you’ve received to your linked bank account, and issue refunds with a tap if you need to.
Invoice on the goYou can also quickly send money to partners or suppliers with just their email or mobile number in a few taps.
Invoice on the go
Especially important for those providing services is the ability to issue invoices on the go. Once the work is done, don’t need to wait until you get back to a computer and set up a block of time to finalise paperwork.
In the PayPal Business app, you can set up templates and create commonly used line items in your invoice settings so you can issue invoices in just a few taps. Your customers will receive them by email, so you can get paid faster and get on with business. Just go to Invoicing and tap + to create a new invoice.
You can also check in the app for where invoices are at, send reminders and log any payments for invoices issued that you receive in cash so you know what’s outstanding, and what’s good to go.
View sales insightsWhen you need fast insights into how your business is growing, use the PayPal Business app to check your sales by month, quarter or year, compared to last year. You can also find your best week of the past month, and best month of the quarter or year to identify campaigns that work and when customers are buying from you.
Contact your customersWhere an order’s delayed or you’re running late to meet a customer directly, you can contact your PayPal customers right from the app. Tap Customers to see everyone who’s sent you a payment. From there you can directly email them. You can also email them from a transaction or an open invoice.
Download the PayPal Business app from the App Store or Google Play today.
Frequently asked questions.
PayPal invoices are easy to create. Just enter your customer’s email address. Then add an item with its quantity and amount. Add as many items as you like. You can include personalized notes, terms and conditions, discounts, or any attachments your customer might need.
When you’re finished, click Preview to see how your invoice will look for your customer.
How do I send invoices?
You can send PayPal invoices to any email address in the world. When your invoice is ready, just click or tap the Send button and PayPal’s platform will send an email notification with a secure link to the invoice directly to your customer. If they have a PayPal account, your customer will also receive notifications about the invoice when they log into their account.
How do I share invoice links?
You can also share links to invoices directly with your customers. On the desktop experience, click Share link to invoice under the Send action. You’ll get a link that lets your customer view and pay the invoice. You can copy the link and your invoice becomes payable. Then share it by email, text, or messaging app. Because invoices contain your customers’ personal information, don’t share the invoice link on a public site.
To share the link again, copy it from your list of invoices by clicking the three-dot icon for the invoice. Or get the link by opening up the invoice details.
How do I send invoices to multiple customers?
Send the same invoice to up to 100 customers by clicking Multiple customers and entering each email address in the Bill to field. We’ll send a separate, payable invoice to each customer.
How do I import a batch of invoices?
Create and send a batch of multiple invoices by importing a CSV file. Use our spreadsheet template to fill out the invoice details for each customer. For each invoice, include a customer email address, item name, and item amount. After you import the spreadsheet file, you can view a summary of the imported invoices before sending them. Once you send the file, we’ll email each customer a secure link to pay their invoice. For customer security, PayPal limits the number of invoices you can send in a single day.
Learn more about batch invoices.
Can I manage PayPal Invoicing from my mobile?
You can create, send, and manage invoices on both desktop computers and mobile phones. You can also send and manage invoices on the go with the PayPal Business mobile app. Get the mobile app from the Apple Store or Google Play. Learn more.
What are quick invoices?
Quick invoices let you send easy, professional payment requests on your mobile phone. They streamline invoice creation so you can quickly share a link to an invoice with your customer. Your customer will still get a professional invoice including your default business information.
On a mobile phone web browser:
1. Log into PayPal and go to your invoices.
2. Tap on the button icon in the lower right.
3. Choose Send a quick invoice, enter an amount, and payment description.
4. Tap Create and Share Link.
5. When your invoice link is ready, tap Share Link, and then share it by email, text, or messaging app.
On the PayPal Business mobile app:
1. Tap on the lightning bolt-shaped Quick Actions icon in the lower right.
2. Choose Send a Quick Invoice and follow prompts.
3. Tap Create and Share Link, then share it by email, text, or messaging app.
4. Tap Done.
How do invoices for shippable items work?
If you’re shipping an item or need your customer to give a shipping address, check the Ship Order box when you’re creating your invoice. You can then add any shipping costs. When your customer pays, you’ll be able to add tracking information when you ship their order.
How do I schedule recurring invoices?
You can set invoices to repeat weekly, monthly, yearly, or at a custom interval. When you start a recurring series of invoices, the customer will immediately receive the first invoice. (You also can schedule the recurring series to start at a future date.) The following invoices in the series will issue around 7:00 AM in your time zone according to frequency that you set.
Can I cancel a recurring invoice series?
You can cancel a single invoice within a recurring series or the entire series of invoices. To cancel an invoice, tap the three-dot icon for the invoice within your list of invoices. You can also cancel the invoice from its details page. When you cancel an invoice within a recurring series, we’ll ask if you want to cancel the single invoice or the entire series.
How do I send invoices across national borders?
There’s no extra step to send invoices across national borders. You can send PayPal invoices to any email address in the world.
If your customer has a PayPal account, we’ll display the invoice and email notification in their preferred language. If your customer doesn’t have a PayPal account, we’ll send the invoice and notification email in the language of your account. You can also specify a different language by editing your customer’s contact info when you create the invoice.
Fees vary by country or region. See seller fees.
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The PayPal Business app is for people who use PayPal to conduct business regularly. It’s the best way to manage your business on the go. You can create and send invoices, provide refunds, transfer money to a bank, view and organize your customers’ information as well as contact them.
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