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Ability to store files against purchases without Dropbox.

Storing files and receipts against purchases is great, but requiring a Dropbox account isn't. Other services provide this already ( ClearBooks )
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  • Jan 10 2017
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  • Jan 10, 2017

    Admin response

    Hi Dwayne, We use Dropbox due to the flexibility of the system and the ability to share files among a number of systems, not just KashFlow. We have therefore chosen not to hold files within the system itself to make collaboration between clients and customers a little easier. We found that due to Dropbox being a free system, our customers enjoyed having this additional flexibility rather than having to download documents manually to be shared. Many thanks
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  • Tony Edwards commented
    21 Aug, 2018 08:39am

    This is rather shortsighted as more and more organisations across the globe adopt Office 365, plus with the majority of these accounts – they get 1TB of OneDrive storage space to use as part of the package. I know that a number of our people have closed their Dropbox accounts and moved over to OneDrive to reduce their overheads – and subject to a couple of points they do the same sort of thing. 

    Customers should be able to choose which 'system' they use from at least a few options with Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive being the obvious first 3.

  • Guest commented
    6 Jun, 2017 06:45pm

    I understand that using an external system has its advantages - but be clear here, having these items inside of your own proprietary system makes absolute sense... should the client wish.

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