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    Mary commented  · 

    I am located in Canada and even after enabling Payments in Admin, still not seeing it. Do we have a roadmap we can look at to know when it will be released to our clients?

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    10 comments  ·  Microsoft Invoicing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for your feedback! If we read it correctly, you’re asking for the ability to issue reminders to your customers that they still owe an outstanding amount. Is that correctly understood?

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    Mary commented  · 

    I agree with this one. It is basic functionality. I created a $100 invoice for a workshop and then registered a $30 payment since the future attendee had paid the $30 deposit. I see in their invoice that the system recognizes they now only owe $70 but yet even if I manually re-send the invoice, the attendee is still prompted to pay the full $100. This seems like a bug.

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