As a budget owner or account administrator in Divvy, you can approve or deny reimbursement requests made by budget members. From a web browser, you can approve and deny individual requests or approve and deny requests in bulk. From the Divvy mobile app, you can approve and deny individual requests.

You can undo non-ACH approved requests in the Ready to Pay status and ACH approved requests in the Admin Approval status.

Note: Account administrators can enable Reimbursements and manage reimbursement settings from their Account Settings.

Web Browser

(jump to steps for Mobile App)

  1. In the Divvy Navigation Menu, click the Reimbursements link.

2. To view reimbursement requests that require budget approval, click the Budget Approval button [1].

To view reimbursement requests that require account administrator approval, click the Admin Approval button [2].

3. To view a request, click the request.

4. View the details for the request [1].

To approve the request, click the Approve button [2]. To deny the request, click the Deny button [3].

5. To approve or deny requests in bulk, click the checkboxes next to the requests [1].

Then click the Bulk Actions button [2]. To approve all selected requests, click the Approve button [3]. To deny all selected requests, click the Deny button [4].

6. To undo a reimbursement approval, click the Options icon [1] and select the Undo approval option [2].

Note: You can only undo non-ACH reimbursements before they have been marked as paid.

Mobile App

  1. In the Navigation Menu, tap the More icon.

2. Tap the Reimbursements link.

3. To view reimbursement requests, tap the Received tab [1]. Then tap the name of the reimbursement you want to review [2].

4. View the reimbursement request. To approve the request, tap the Approve button [1]. To dent the request, tap the Deny button [2].

5. To undo a reimbursement approval, click the Options icon [1] and select the Undo Approval option [2].

Note: You can only undo non-ACH reimbursements before they have been marked as paid.

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