Invoice Templates are an excellent time saver for the busy businesspeople who find themselves sending similar files over and over... and over.

Instead of taking the time to create an Invoice from scratch for every new Project, simply save a Template (or a few different ones!). Then, when you start a new Project, you can select your Template of choice with just a few clicks and customize as necessary. Trust us, the minutes you save will add up—time is money, after all.

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To create an Invoice Template:

1.  From your HoneyBook home page, click the Tools menu. 

2. Select Templates from the menu.

3.  Select Invoice from the list of Template options on the left side of the screen.

4.  You can work off of the example Template provided, or start from scratch by clicking the tab on the left side of the screen to open the File Drawer, then clicking Add Template.

5.  Now, you can customize your file headerhere's how to edit the file name, background image, and more.

6.  In the Items section, click Add New Item to choose some services. You can:

  • Select a Package Template, if you've created some (if not, here's how!)
  • Choose a recently used Item
  • Add a brand new Item by typing in an Item name, then clicking the Add (+) button

7.  Edit the details for each Item or Package by clicking on the field you'd like to update: name, quantity, price, tax rate, etc.

HoneyBook Tip: You can also rearrange the order of Items: the 6-dot Icon that appears on the left side of the Item indicates a drag-and-drop!

 8.  In the Schedule Payments section, customize your payment amounts and due dates. Learn more about editing payment schedules here.
All changes will save automatically, so you're good to go whenever you're finished with your edits—and you can now use your Template whenever you're sending an Invoice.

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