Send Square Invoices Online
With Square Invoices, you can request payment for goods or services either from your online Square Dashboard, the Square Invoices app, or the Square Point of Sale app using a supported mobile device. Using these tools, you can create and send invoices, create invoice templates, create a recurring invoice series, create and send estimates, and schedule invoice deliveries.
From your Invoice settings tab, you can create templates automatically filled with your invoice information to help you save time. You can create up to 100 unique templates customized with specific invoice details, payment information, and more. Learn more about creating invoice templates and customizing your receipts and invoices in our Support Center.
Be sure to also follow best practices for Square Invoices to make the most of this product.
Send Invoices Manually through Dashboard
To send invoices manually online:
Navigate to Invoices in your online Square Dashboard > Create Invoice.
Select a customer from your Customer Directory or enter a new name, and email address or phone number.
For ID, title, message, attachments, select Edit to add an optional Invoice Title, and edit the Invoice ID to match your records.
Add a personal Message. If you would like to use the same message for all of your invoices, edit the message under this field in Settings > Invoices.
Select the Frequency for this invoice.
Choose when to Send the invoice, and when it's Due.
Under Line items, Add Items and unit types, then use Customize to apply modifiers, notes, and taxes.
Add any applicable discounts:
If applicable, click Add service charge to apply a service charge for fees that will be added to the original invoice amount, such as shipping or handling expenses. You can create a new service charge while creating your invoice or select an existing service charge to apply. Default service charges can be created from the Account & Settings section of your online Square Dashboard.
Select the Payment Options. If the customer has a card on file, you can select from Payment methods on file. You can also choose one of the other Payment method options including credit or debit card, ACH bank transfer, or gift card.
Select if you will allow customers to add a tip or save a card on file.
Choose to Share via Email or Manually and add additional recipients as needed.
Use the default reminders, or click Edit reminders to change.
As a final step, select if you want to Request a Shipping Address or Attach a Square Contract to your invoice.
Preview, Save as Draft, or Send using the buttons in the top right.
Learn more tools you can use with Invoices.
Add Custom Fields
You can add a customizable field to your invoice, such as your terms & conditions, or a return policy, and decide the placement of the custom field on your invoice.
When creating an invoice, select Add a custom field. Indicate your custom field title, text, and placement, and select Save. From here, proceed to review and send your invoice as normal.
Set Up a Payment Schedule
You can set up a payment schedule for an invoice with your customers. With progress invoices, you can allow your customer to make up to 12 milestone payments, not including the initial deposit payment (if one was requested).
Note: ACH bank transfer does not support partial payments at this time. If ACH bank transfer is enabled as a payment method, you will not see Payment Schedule options. Learn more about progress invoices.
Locate an Invoice, Estimate, or Recurring Series
Using the search bar found on the Invoices Overview page within your online Square Dashboard, you can search for a specific invoice, estimate, or recurring invoice series. Search by inserting the customer name, email address, company name, and more.
Learn more about searchable filters, and managing your Square Invoices.
If you already use Square Invoices and Square Online, you can use a contact form on a Square Online website to allow your buyers to contact you, and request custom quotes for the services they would pay for with your invoices.
Learn more about getting started with Square Online.