When you’re purchasing online or you have a running subscription, merchants usually send the receipts and invoices via e-mail (either as an attached PDF or written in the e-mail itself) or they send you a link from where you can find the receipt.

Here’s four different ways, depending on your need, on how to get these digital receipts into Pleo

Share it easily from the mobile app

Make sure you’re on at least version 2.2.2 by updating the app from App Store or Google Play. Now, whenever you receive a receipt on email, you have a foto of the receipt in you gallery or you go to a link to preview a pdf receipt, you can now use the native share functionality in both iOS and Android (on Android it is both shown as ‘share’ or ‘send’ depending on application).

Here’s a video showing how on iOS (you might have to enable share to Pleo in your phone settings):

And here is a video showing how you on iOS first need to enable share to Pleo. On Android this is enabled by default.

Copy paste it 

On desktop you can easily just screen shot and copy paste the screen shot into an expense on the web application like this:

On Mac you need to use the combination: shift+control+command+4 and then command+v

On Windows use the fn+print screen and control+v

Drag n drop

You can drag n drop any media file (PDF, PNG etc.) into the the expense list or the expense details as shown here:


Alternatively you can press the upload on the expense details in the receipt area (on web and mobile) and browse your way to where you have your receipt assuming you have downloaded or saved this already from it’s destination.

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