Monday.com legally Monday.com Ltd., is a Cloud-based platform that allows companies to create their own applications and work management software.
Expensify is a simple expense tracking app that automatically captures your receipts and organizes them into usable data – so you can stop wasting time doing paperwork and focus on what really matters.Expensify Integrations
Gmail + ExpensifyCreate a new expense in Expensify from new Gmail emails [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
If you use your Gmail account to track expenses, you probably spend a good amount of time sending them to your accounting system. Let this integration help you manage your budget in a more time-saving and effective manner. With this integration, you can automatically create a new expense in Expensify from new Gmail emails. That way, you won't have to manually transfer your team's expense data over to Expensify.
Gmail + ExpensifyExport Report to PDF in Expensify when New Attachment is created in Gmail Read More...
Gmail + ExpensifyCreate Expense Report to Expensify from New Attachment in Gmail Read More...
Gmail + ExpensifyCreate Single Expense to Expensify from New Attachment in Gmail Read More...
Gmail + ExpensifyExport Report to PDF in Expensify when New Labeled Email is created in Gmail Read More...
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Triggers when a column value change in a specified Column.
Triggers when a new board is created.
Triggers when a new item is created in board.
Triggers when a new update is posted on a board.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Triggers when a specific column value changes in board.
Archives a board.
Archive an item.
Change multiple columns value of an item.
Creates a board.
Create a new column in board.
Create a new group in board.
Create a new item in board.
Create a new update.
Delete a specific group from a board.
Delete an item from the board.
Upload File to Specific Column
Only for Expensify Premium users! Creates a new expense report.
Creates a single expense item
Given a Report ID (from a trigger), export that report to a PDF document
Engage with your reader in a dialogue by using the fplowing techniques to give your article an informal feel.
Use contractions when you are speaking informally. Contractions are words that contain apostrophes, such as “don’t” or “it’s,” which are short forms of “do not” and “it is.” For example, you could write, “The app is free for all employees, so it is a good benefit.”
Write the word “you” or “your” at the beginning of a sentence to indicate that the sentence is being written directly to the reader, either about something you are asking the reader to do or about something you are telling the reader about. For example, if you wrote, “You can use this app to track your expenses,” you are directly addressing your reader with the word “you.” If you wrote, “Your business can save money by using this app,” you are indirectly addressing your reader with the word “your.”
Use exclamation points instead of periods to show that you are excited or enthusiastic about what you are writing. For example, if you wrote, “Have you ever used an app to track your expenses?” the reader would know that you are excited about the topic because you used an exclamation point instead of a period after the question mark. You could also write, “I am so glad I discovered this app!” to convey enthusiasm about the app. There is no limit on how many exclamation points you can use in one sentence or paragraph, but always use them sparingly to avoid awkward wording.
Use abbreviations sparingly to shorten words, such as Dr., St., Mr., Mrs., etc. Abbreviations aren’t necessary for formal writing, so only use them when it makes sense or fits with your informal tone. For example, if you need to refer to someone’s first name several times, you could write Mr., but if you use their first name once or twice, it would be easier to write “Mr. John Smith” than “Mr. John M. Smith.”
Use punctuation sparingly except for periods and commas, which should be used like you normally would in formal writing (see above. For example, if you start a sentence with a greeting like “Hi there!” fplowed by an exclamation point, don’t use cpons between the greeting and the exclamation point; however, if you were using quotation marks, cpons would be appropriate after the greeting and before the exclamation point. Similarly, if you use ellipses (three periods in a row. in formal writing, they should come after a complete sentence—not a fragment—and should be surrounded by a pair of commas on each side. In informal writing, however, they can come after a phrase or sentence fragment and have no punctuation on each side.
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