How do we know which invoice is created by which manager users?


You can access the Audit Log to know which invoice is created by a specific user,

Here's how you can view and identify the transactions created by the users:

  1. Click the Gear icon on the top menu.
  2. Choose Audit Log under Tools.
  3. Click Filter.
  4. Use the fields on the Filter panel to choose the appropriate UserDate, or Events filter to narrow the results.
  5. Select Apply.
  6. In the User column, you'll see the user's name then check the invoice created in the Event.
  7. Click the View link in the History column to see the full details of an invoice.

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I'm confident the steps above can help you identify the transactions created by the specific user. You can always leave a comment below if you need anything else with your invoices.

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