Table of contents
- Getting Started
- Activity Tracker
- Messages, Notes, Watches, and Reminders
- MIDAS Admin Options
- Manage MIDAS
- Manage Appearance Settings
- Manage Booking Settings
- Manage Fields
- Manage Security Settings
- Manage Email Settings
- Manage Print Settings
- Manage Invoice Settings
- Manage Safety Settings
- Manage Database Settings
- Manage Templates
- Manage Public Settings
- Manage Scheduled Tasks
- Manage Miscellaneous Settings
- Check For Updates
- Manage Addons
- Keyboard Shortcuts
- Other Sources Of Support
- About MIDAS
Updating Invoice Status
To update the status of an invoice:
- Locate the invoice you wish to update the payment status of, either by;
- Select the icon in the main toolbar.
- On the invoicing screen, use the "Show Invoices" drop down to select "Invoices outstanding".
- When the results are displayed, locate the invoice you wish to update the status of, and click/tap its corresponding icon.
- Enter the invoice number in the "Jump to Invoice" box and click/tap the icon.
- When the invoice is displayed, click the icon in the invoice toolbar.
- The invoice will then be displayed with an editable field entitled "PAID".
- Enter the amount the client has so far paid against this invoice into the PAID field, and select the "Update Status" button.
If you enter an amount in the PAID field that's less than the amount outstanding on the invoice, MIDAS will offer a "Mark outstanding amount as credit?" option. If selected, when updating the invoice's status any outstanding amount will be shown as a credit on the invoice, reducing the outstanding balance to zero.
For example, if an invoice total is $200, you enter $180 in the PAID field and select the "Mark outstanding amount as credit?" option, then the invoice will be updated to show that $180 has been paid against the invoice, and the remaining balance ($20) has been added as a credit.
This feature effectively allows you to mark invoices as "complete" even if the client has underpaid.
If you instead enter an amount in the PAID field that's more than the amount outstanding on the invoice, MIDAS will mark the difference as a credit on the invoice, and will add that difference as a credit on the client's record in the database (any credit associated with a client record in MIDAS is automatically deducted from their next invoice).