"A copy bill" function
E.g. we get cable bill every month. Itemize it because different people want special features etc. Like 10 items typically in the bill. Usually the same but sometimes get PPV. Pain in the butt to re-enter every time. Should be able to copy a bill and use it as a foundation for a new bill.
This is a neat idea! We have “reoccurring bills” but I can see how “duplicate this specific bill once, now” would be a useful functionality to add. We will consider this as we continue to improve Splitwise. Regards
Michael Tyznik commented
I'd love this feature too. Especially when you're catching up on back bills. I just signed up and am trying to enter six months of internet bills, and I have to go through the same lengthy process each time. It'd be great to be able to do it once, then hit "duplicate" and have a "new bill" dialog box pop up already populated with the info from the old bill.
We definitely need this feature.
The problem I have is, I have a monthly reoccurring expense but every month the amounts would change. It will be difficult to manage the amounts with reoccurring expenses.
So, If I can duplicate / copy / clone an expense that would be an easy solution for me.
Andrés Mejía commented
This would be a huge timesaver! I have to re-enter all recurring bills every month.
Max Carter commented
This is definitely a must have. A small button "duplicate" next to each bill would do it.
Kyle F commented
Recurring payments if a great feature, but duplicate is still important particularly as new users adopt the system. For example, I started using this service because people were behind with monthly bills, so I want to add all of the bills for the last 6 months. Recurring doesn't do that (you have to wait for the occurrence), but if I could add one and duplicate it 6 times that would work well. Or if I could add the first occurrence (6 months ago), set the recurrence schedule and "force" the creation of the past occurrences up until today, that may also work. Still not sure it would replace the "duplicate" button. thanks!