Tips & Tricks Check out our Tips & Tricks section, where we have the most-oft asked questions about the app. Common questions include: How Do I Print From my iPhone/iPad? How Do I Cancel my Subscription? How Can I Add or Remove Users to My Account? How Do I Set My User's Permissions? How Do I Upload My Logo? There are many others. You can search the Tips & Tricks section to find your question. If you don't see it, then send us a support ticket at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have more questions? Submit a request 5 Comments Date Votes 0 Paul Nagy June 22, 2013 00:02 Why can't I add multiple contacts under companies and use their information? Why when I do add another contact does it reverts? 0 InvoiceASAP Tech Team June 25, 2013 02:44 Hi Paul, This is a feature we will be adding this summer. Expect it to be available by the end of July or middle of August. 0 Rob Barrett August 06, 2014 18:26 So, this really doesn't emulate the QuickBooks mobile functionality at all, correct? Meaning, when I create an invoice, I cannot choose a different template. It also doesn't synchronize my existing open invoices or estimates. There is also no place to cancel my account or speak to a live human being (Whenever I call, there is just an answering machine or phone system error) ??????????? 0 Brad Koplen December 13, 2017 17:01 How do you get your business profile on the actual invoice to show your phone number and e-mail? You really need to either put spacing, bolding or better yet make red the due on section. “Customers all to often say they did not noticeit” due on receipt. Help 0 InvoiceASAP Tech Team December 13, 2017 19:52 Hi Brad, Here's a link to and article that shows how to display your phone number and email on the invoices:https://invoiceasap.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/212763423-What-to-Show-on-Document- An invoice that is past due will automatically display in red.The due date (and therefore the past-due date) is based on the invoice date.If you want the Due on Receipt to display in red, you could date the invoice one day earlier.A better suggestion is to add a default comment or terms and conditions for all of your invoices that clearly display your invoices are due on receipt.You could add something like this as a default comment or terms & conditions:Thank you for your business!Please note that all invoices are Due on Receipt.You can remit your payment either by entering your credit card information or by submitting a check to <your address>.This article shows how to update your terms & conditions:https://invoiceasap.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/215265343-How-to-Update-Terms-Conditions This article shows how to add default comments:https://invoiceasap.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/210861906-How-to-Add-Default-Comments Please sign in to leave a comment.