Invoicing in Intervals Launch Scheduled for Saturday, September 29th

| September 25th, 2007 | , ,

Our window to launch Invoicing and several other improvements is between 8:00 AM (Pacific) and 12:00 PM (Pacific) this Saturday. We do not expect any down time during this window, but performance may be a little spotty. We will send an “all clear” email to all current Intervals Administrators after the launch is complete.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as Intervals grows and evolves and thanks to all of our beta testers for hammering on this feature.  Out of all of the significant new features in Intervals I think Invoicing has probably received the most passionate feedback.  We have learned a lot about how different small businesses invoice their customers and the wide range of methodologies in place.   We are excited and optimistic that the two ways of invoicing in Intervals will make life easier for small businesses:

1. Actual work performed – select a start and end date and pull in all billable work performed for that period
2. Freestyle – create an invoice with whatever line items you like

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