Questions for DN: do you have a good-looking invoice tool?

over 6 years ago from Andy Stone, Partner at Emerson Stone

  • Ian WilliamsIan Williams, over 6 years ago

    Yo Andy! How are you?

    My good buddy Matt worked on an update to his minimal invoice tool called Slimvoice. Give it a go on the home page. If you log in with Google there are more features and payment via Stripe.

    Give that a go, it's a very focused approach.

    5 points
    • Shane BolandShane Boland, over 6 years ago

      +1 for slimvoice. It’s very well designed and gets the job done.

      2 points
    • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 6 years ago

      Hey Ian!

      Interesting. This would've worked really well for me alone or in a small group. The company has been growing lately and we're looking/hoping for something that generates everything by plugging into Quickbooks or similar.

      That said, I wish I knew about this last year.

      1 point
    • Matt .Matt ., over 6 years ago

      Slimvoice is the bomb!

      Disclaimer: I made Slimvoice.

      3 points
      • Geneus GeneGeneus Gene, over 6 years ago

        Sup Matt?!

        Just gave it a quick looksey. One thing that jumped out to me is the lack of quantity or another column for arbitrary units of measurement. I send quite an itemised invoice, down to the last detail. This might include a batch of say 500 business cards x 5 (five employees) for example.

        Is this omission true or is it a feature you unlock when signing up?

        1 point
        • Matt .Matt ., over 6 years ago

          Unfortunately it's not in the current version of Slimvoice, but it is a much-requested feature that I will be adding soon. Thanks for the feedback!

          1 point
        • Matt .Matt ., over 6 years ago

          Hey dude,

          Quantity support has been launched. Go check it out.

          1 point
    • Cole TownsendCole Townsend, over 6 years ago

      Slimvoice is the bomb! Matt was super responsive and deployed retina graphics maybe a day after I asked him.

      2 points