The event is closed.
The expense has comment.
The expense was created by you (you are the only one who can edit it).
You are among those who paid or shares the expense, so it will change your total balance.
Manually amount entered by the expense creator.
Member forms a couple with another member.
Expense with attachment.
Share link for inviting participant
Event's expenses analysis.
Event's result analysis.
Spreadsheet download with all event's data.
When the sign up is completed, create an event, its members and start adding expenses.
You can also share links with your friends so that they can join the event by replacing the members that you have created.
A trip with your friends, the monthly home expenses, the office or flat you share, a party or any other gathering you have organized.
Yes, on mobile apps, select an event, access the general info screen and tap on 'Archive' button.
On the website, the archive button is available on the top right button group of event page.
Supose you organized a party with your friends and shared the responsability for buying the stuff with two more friends. Each item you've bought is an expense of the party (event) which you guys paid to share with others later.
Yes, on mobile apps, open the menu and select 'Search Event and Expenses' option.
On the website, the search field is above 'My Events' table on the main page.
Only the event's members.
In fact, it is interesting that who's created the event send a message to confirm if everyone has inserted their expenses before closing the bill.
Contacts are people with whom you joined events. A contact can be added to an event without having to click an invite link sent by a member. It's a faster way to add people to events.
Someone becomes your contact when:
Yes, you just have to share an invite link of a participant that was created by you or another member of the event. After clicking the link, the person you invited will be asked to sign-up to Evenfy and will join the event by replacing the participant whose link you shared.
Only the person who created it, although, all members have access to any info about it all the time.
By closing the event, Evenfy will calculate the smallest number of transactions in order to guarantee that all members can settle up their debts.
Yes, since nobody has confirmed any payment or receipt yet.
Even considering that nobody has confirmed any payment or receipt yet, we recomend to send a message asking everyone about the reopening because some member may already has paid something.
If you and your partner are already each other's contact you can send an invitation to form a couple with him or her.
When there is a couple in an event and one of them has to pay while the other has to receive, we will calculate a payment in order to settle the debt between them before determining the rest of the transactions.
If both people forming a couple have to pay or receive any amount from the others, nothing changes and the number of transactions will be normally minimized.
The couple relationship must be created before the event is closed, otherwise it won't be considered in the payments definition.
No, Evenfy is very democratic concerning that. No event member has any privilege regarding the way transactions are defined. Our aim is to offer the best available option for the whole group.
The only exception occurs when there are couples among the members, but we believe that defining, if it is the case, a transaction between them is the best way to benefit all.
When the event is closed, each member knows if he has to pay (receive) any amount to (from) someone to settle his share.
Supose you have to pay someone. As soon as you transfer the amount, you ought to click the respective 'Paid' button so that we can inform the receiver about your payment. When he verify that and confirm the receipt by clicking the respective 'Receipt' button, the transaction will be considered as settled.
It is interesting to mention that you can confirm the receipt even without a payment being informed (sometimes useful when the amount to be received is too low).
Yes, you should confirm the transaction as paid by clicking the respective 'Receipt' button.
Supose that when dividing the expense's amount among the members the remainder is 3 cents and there are 4 members in the event.
In this situation we will have 3 people randomly paying an excess of 1 cent. Under no circumstance a member pays an excess of more than 1 cent.
This way we ensure a fair distribution without any kind of preference among members.
Image files (JPEG and PNG) and PDF. It's an easy way to attach a receipt, take a photo of a paid bill or any other information that can help on transparency and organization.
Access event details and click on the copy icon. All event members will be added to the copy as well as the expenses that you select.
Go to menu on your mobile app an click on 'Passcode Lock' option. After a password is set, everytime the app goes background it will require your password to unlock.
In certain situations it's important to know the weight of each expense within an event. For example:
Which expenses can you try to reduce when reviewing your home budget.
Better understanding your business's cost structure in order to manage it more efficiently.
The calculation basis for all percentages is the expenses' total amount, thus, the percentage beside each expense is how much it represents of the total.
Depending on the event, it's useful comparing the expense's amount with a revenue to learn how your expenditures are been covered and if there's surplus or lack of resources for that. For example:
The household income of a couple who shares its expenses.
The revenue from a business during the period covered by the event.
The user enters a revenue amount and with the event's cost structure available it's possible to analyze how the net result behaves. Considering that the revenue is a manual input, the user can use this tool to simulate different scenarios and evaluate the result obtained (profit or loss) on each of them.
The spreadsheet is useful when you want to:
Analyze data in a customized way.
Join data from 2 or more events by combining 2 or more spreadsheets.
Have your own local backup with all event's data.
In order to offer flexibility, the spreadsheet contains the following sheets:
You can relate 'Who paid' and 'Who shares' sheets with the 'Expenses' one through 'expenses' ID' column and with the 'Members' sheet through 'member's ID' column.
Expenses, payments, messages and event itself have creation time and date.
Remember that while the event has not been closed or even settled, data can be modified and a spreadsheet obtained before that would be outdated.
Yes, on the website access 'Edit profile' by clicking on your name in the navigation bar on our website and select which kind of notifications you want to receive by email.
You select a currency when you create an event. With the event created, all its expenses will be denominated in that currency.
The total balance displayed on the first page filters only events denominated in your profile's currency. You can select another currency by editing your profile.
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