You may have noticed some recent changes to the virtual card creation process. Don’t worry, all the functionality you’re used to is still there. Here is what changed and how to take advantage of the changes.
We removed the terms “subscription card” and “burner card”
This terminology was confusing to some customers, so we adjusted it to be a little more intuitive. Now when you create a virtual card you’ll simply see options to set a card limit, a recurring limit, and/or an expiration date.
2. We adjusted the term “budget card” to “vendor card”
This was simply to consolidate some of the card naming conventions throughout Divvy. All of the budget card functionality you’re used to still exists under the Vendor card naming convention.
3. We enabled vendor cards to use all available funds within a budget
If you choose not to set a limit for a vendor card, the limit will default to whatever is left in the budget. This will be especially useful for use cases in which multiple cards compete for budget funds. Ad spend is a great example. You can set the budget to be 100,000 for the month and create vendor cards for each of the major online ad companies. This way your vendor specific cards will just pull from the pool of 100,000 until it’s gone.