It is highly likely that you are already using Notion for customer relationship management as you are reading this post.
If you are a pro user like me, you may also be using it as an accounting system for more clarity.
In this situation, the possibility of handling invoices in Notion may seem like the final piece of the puzzle.
Fortunately, as Notion comes with a lot of blocks, you can create really attractive invoices with it.
But invoicing in Notion does come with its own downsides:
- You’ll not get the same flexibility as that of Quickbooks or Xero
- You'll not get some features like auto invoice numbering, calculation of taxes, graphs and insights on your sales, etc. as of now.
Nevertheless, Notion is better than Word or Excel for quick and easy invoicing.
The fact that Notion allows creating custom page templates (that can be used as invoice generators) is really helpful when creating invoices on-the-fly.
Let’s get ‘em.