Can I archive, delete or cancel an invoice?
To keep your list of invoices easy to use, you can archive any invoice that you’ve created, sent, or shared. You can also archive any paid or canceled invoices. You can delete draft invoices you no longer need on the invoice’s details page or in your list of invoices.
Can I cancel an invoice?
When you cancel a sent or shared invoice, your customer won’t be able to pay it.
To cancel an invoice on the desktop experience, find the invoice in your list of invoices and click the More Options icon on the right side of the screen. You have the option of sending your customer a notification email about the invoice cancelation. On mobile, find the invoice from your list. Tap the More icon on invoice details and cancel it.
Can I record payments made outside PayPal?
If your customer pays by cash, check, or another offline method, you can record the payment from the invoice details page. You can also record an offline partial payment if your customer made a deposit or paid an installment.
Recorded payments appear in the activity of the invoice’s details page along with any notes you’ve entered about the payments.
Can I add notes or memos for my records?
To add a note to your invoice for your own records, click or tap the More Options link while you’re creating an invoice. Add a memo that your customer won’t see. If you’ve already sent the invoice, you can add a memo on the invoice’s details page.
Can I give my customers a receipt?
When your customer pays a PayPal invoice, they automatically receive a payment receipt. If your customer wants another copy of the invoice, you can share a link to the paid invoice or create a PDF to send or print.
How do I download invoices for my business records?
To download single or multiple PDFs for your invoices, hover over one or more invoices in your list and check each box. Then choose Download from the actions displayed.
How do I integrate PayPal Invoices into my website?
With a single integration, you can connect PayPal Invoices directly into your order management system or website. You’ll need API credentials to connect your PayPal account to your platform so you can integrate PayPal Invoices with your site.