Uploading receipts into Divvy is easy. You can upload receipts in a myriad of different ways from your Divvy mobile app or from the Divvy web app.

Web Browser

You are able to add receipts via the transactions dashboard on your Divvy web application.

  • Download your PDF or image receipt.

  • In Divvy, click the transaction that the receipt belongs to, then drag and drop the image or PDF into Divvy.

Upload Receipt - Web Browser

Mobile App

Take New Photo

  1. On your home screen, tap and hold the Divvy icon [1] and select the Add Receipt option [2].

    Note: If you have an Android device, you may need to clear all notifications before you can see the Add Receipt option.

2. Take a photo of your receipt and confirm the photo is correct.

3. To select your Divvy company, tap the Company field [1].

4. Tap the Transaction field [2]. Then select the transaction where you want to attach your receipt.

5. Tap the Add Receipt button [3].

Use a File or Image From Your Device

Apple (iOS)

  1. Tap the receipt or image.

  2. Tap the Share button.

  3. Swipe through the app icons until you find Divvy.

  4. Select the transaction the receipt belongs to, then click ‘Add receipt.’

Pro-Tip: In order to make Divvy one of the apps you see first in your list, tap ‘More’, then tap ‘Edit’, then tap the green + arrow next to the Divvy app. From now on, Divvy will show up as one of your first apps as a share option.



  1. Tap the receipt or image

  2. At the bottom left, tap the share icon.

  3. Select the Divvy app.

  4. Select the transaction the receipt belongs to, then tap the Add receipt option.


  1. Tap the PDF or attachment.

  2. In the upper right hand part of your screen, tap the three dot menu.

  3. Select 'Send File...' or 'Share'

  4. Select the Divvy app.

  5. Select the transaction the receipt belongs to, then tap 'Add receipt'.

If you have additional questions or need help with using Divvy, please view our other Help Center articles or contact the Divvy Support team.

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