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NEW: Making payments with Account Credit optional

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Making payments with Account Credit optional One of the great invoicing features of Owl Practice is the ability to store credit on a client’s account. But one of the things that we’ve received feedback on is that you need more flexibility for when to use account credit when making payments for invoices and sessions. We’re happy to report that you can ...

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NEW: New Reminder Macros & More

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NEW REMINDER MACROS You’ve told us you love Owl Reminders and that they’re very useful to your clients and help you reduce No Shows. We’ve also heard about some enhancements you’d like for reminders, and we’re happy to announce they’re now here! Now in Owl Reminders, we’ve created three new macros to help you insert even more dynamic information into ...

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NEW: Signatures on Invoices & Receipts and MORE

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Many of you have suggested ideas for tweaks and improvements to Owl’s billing and we’re happy to report that today we’ve released some of those that were much-requested as feature enhancements for Owl! SIGNATURES ON INVOICES, RECEIPTS & ACCOUNT SUMMARIES You can now include your signature on invoices, receipts and account summaries in Owl. Although not a requirement by professional ...

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NEW: Online Booking for Owl

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After several months, and lots of great feedback from our beta-group participants (thanks!) Owl’s Online Booking feature is now live! Online Booking lets your clients book appointments directly into your calendar from your website. Online booking is an optional upgrade feature for Owl that’s available for an additional $20 per month for the Solo Edition of Owl. To learn more ...

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NEW: Pagination for Long Tables

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We’ve now introduced pagination to Owl to improve the usability and speed of Owl Practice. Some of you may have encountered long tables in Owl, and these tables are often cumbersome to manage and can be slow to load when they’re very large. To make things work better, we’ve introduced the idea of pagination across Owl. For example, if you ...

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