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Invoice with Google Calendar – the easiest way to send invoices and bill your time

by William Zhang, Head of SEO and Content Marketing

1 min read

Do you use Google Calendar to lineup meetings, appointments, or manage your schedule-based business?
 

Wouldn’t it be easier if your calendar details could feed directly into your invoices?

 

We think so too, which is why QuickBooks have partnered with Google to create  Invoice with Google Calendar.Your calendar plays a large part in determining the future of your business, but getting paid on time is what keeps you going day-to-day.

$13,200 is the average amount an Australian business is owed as a result of unpaid invoices at any one time(1). Regardless of your payment terms, the clock only starts ticking when you issue your invoice.

Invoice with Google Calendar helps you to improve your cash flow by getting your invoices out fast so your hard-earned cash gets into your bank account faster.

With your needs in mind, we created this integration to transfer event details directly from Google Calendar into a QuickBooks invoice.  Our goal is to help  you spend less time invoicing, as well as ensures you’re being paid accurately and ultimately quicker. Transferable event details include the title, description, hours worked, and date.

 

Why use Invoice with Google Calendar?

 

  • Save time: No more time spent on double entries. You can easily import details from Google Calendar to create and send invoices instantly – all within the QuickBooks invoice section.
  • Never miss an invoice: Maximise your billing potential, and don’t sweat digging through your emails or calendar to find all the hours you worked.
  • Improve your accuracy: Automatically find and summarise your hours for invoicing, or you can do it manually. Whichever you prefer.
  • It’s free: Free to setup, free to use.

 
It’s easy to put off invoicing because of the tedious manual entry. Now, you can have Google and QuickBooks make that process simple and painless. Just connect Invoice with Google Calendar to QuickBooks and get those invoices out the door in seconds.

 

Start invoicing from Google Calendar in QuickBooks

Please watch the video that we’ve provided within this blog post. Afterwards, start here now.

1 Survey conducted in partnership with PayPal.

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