On DealPOS, you can make unpaid transactions for customer invoices. To make unpaid transactions you can see the detailed steps and information here: Create Sell with Payment Later.
When you're creating unpaid customer invoices, you might want to make payments for all those unpaid customer invoices. If you're using manual add payments one by one by clicking on the customer invoice detail in the Orders menu, it will take more time and effort. Instead of making manual payments one by one, you can create bulk payments in the Payments menu. To add new bulk payment you can follow the steps below:
Step 1. Go to the Payment menu, go to the Received tab, and click on Bulk Payment
Step 2. Choose the payment method that you want to use and select the unpaid customer invoice by its number or by the customer name that you want to set to be paid
By the customer invoice number:
By the customer name:
Step 3. Input the payment amount from the customer invoices and click submit
After you've selected the unpaid customer invoices you want to set to be paid, there will be a list of all the unpaid customer invoices you've selected. You can fill in the Payment amount column to make payment from those unpaid invoices.
After you input the payment amount, you can click submit to make payment to all the unpaid customer invoices. There will be a success notification after you click the submit button
Step 5. Go to the orders menu and see the customer invoices current payment status
The customer invoice payment status will be set to be paid after we've done making bulk payments for unpaid invoices
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