Recurring Billing

Published on April 10, 2015

Today we’re excited to launch the next generation of recurring billing on Invoiced. Previously recurring billing (aka subscription billing) required subscription invoices to be paid manually, like any other invoice. This new release lets clients get automatically charged via their credit card each billing cycle.


Auto-billed subscriptions are managed via the client portal. The business owner only needs to add the client to a plan first. We will then send a link to your client to enter their billing information and confirm the subscription. After that the subscription will start immediately.

Your client can then manage their subscription in the client portal any time, including changing their billing information or canceling. We also handle all of the subscription life cycle emails, like notices about upcoming charges and failed payment attempts. You can read more about how recurring billing works on Invoiced in our Recurring Billing knowledge base section.

Alongside this release we are also changing our pricing for new customers. Existing customers are welcome to remain on their current pricing tiers as long as your account remains active. See the new pricing on our Pricing page.

Again, this pricing update only applies to new customers. If any existing customers want to switch to a plan with recurring billing then please contact us for a nice discount.

We want to give a huge thanks to everyone that has supported us this far. It has truly been an extraordinary journey. Happy invoicing!

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