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Once you've uploaded receipts, you'll want to attach them to specific expenses or use SmartScans to have Expensify create a new expense using the information on the receipt.

To scan a receipt, go to the receipt tab... and click "scan" on the appropriate receipt...or select multiple receipts to scan by using the check boxes in the upper left corner of each receipt.

After the scan is complete there will be a new expense in your expenses page.

Each Expensify account comes with 10 free SmartScans per month.

To purchase additional SmartScans, you'll need to first upgrade to at least a Professional account.

To enable additional SmartScans, go to "Settings" then to "SmartScanning" and click "Add billing card." Enter your credit card information, then click "Confirm." Your card will be billed every month for each SmartScan used over the initial 10 free scans.

You can check your SmartScan balance at any time on this SmartScanning page.

On this same SmartScanning Settings page, you can also take one more step to make your life even easier by enabling 'automatic SmartScanning' so that receipts will be scanned automatically upon upload.

To simply attach a receipt to an existing expense, without scanning it, go to your "expenses" page and click the "green plus icon" next to the expense you want to add a receipt to.

Then, click attach at the bottom of the correct receipt.

Once the receipt is attached, you will see the "blue and white' paper icon next to the expense.

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