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How do I upload an invoice to the Juni platform?
How do I upload an invoice to the Juni platform?

Integrations, email forwarding and manual upload

Giuseppe Leoni avatar
Written by Giuseppe Leoni
Updated over a week ago

The payments tab on the left hand side navigation menu is where you can find and manage your invoices.

Import invoices via integrations

Currently we support two integrations for invoice purposes (Google Ads and Meta accounts). Once connected, Juni will automatically pull available invoices from your connected accounts and populate them in the Payments tab.

To learn how to connect your Google Ads and Meta accounts, check out this article.

Import invoices via email forwarding

You can now send your unpaid invoices to We will automatically extract data and store the invoices on Juni platform, for future payments. You can then choose to pay invoices now or schedule for later, using your debit or credit funds.

  1. Easy upload of invoice due to be paid.

    1. Send your unpaid invoices to and they will be added on Juni to be paid.

  2. Automatic recognition of invoice details thus saving time.

    1. Your invoices sent to will show up on our payments page.

  3. Decide to ‘Pay now’ or ‘later’ at your pace.

    1. Keep sending all your unpaid invoices and we will centralise then. Whenever the time is right, login to Juni and from payments page you can choose to pay the invoice now, later with your fund or Juni credit.

Things to note:

  1. File Size: 40 megapixel and 20 mb

  2. File type: PDF, Image (jpeg, png, HEIC), Email Body

  3. Limit of number of files: 1 (we plan on increasing this soon)

  4. Sender’s email id: Anyone who is a user in the company (no “+” alias accepted)

  5. Pages processed per document- First 3 pages of every file

  6. Security protocols requirements: Between SPF and DKIM, ensure that you have enabled at least 1 security mechanism in your email provider, to be able to use Juni Email Forwarding. This allows us to verify that the emails are from you.

    But please note that having all three protocols-SPF, DKIM, DMARC, is ideal as that would ensure the highest level of security for your organisation. Please do consult your IT team to identify the best security setup for your business.

    Here are the Google articles which talk about these security protocols:

What happens if we forward more than one invoice in the same email?

We will only process the first invoice.

Where can I see invoices sent to

You see all your unpaid invoices if you head to Money → Payments

Is there a limitation on the size of file that I can forward?

Each file size should be under 20 mb and 40 megapixel. We will extract the first 3 pages of the document.

Which mail ids can I use to send unpaid invoices to

For security reasons, we accept unpaid invoices only from the email ids which are added to Juni as users.

  • Please navigate to Settings → My Team to check the email ids which are added to the platform.

  • To add any more users, click on Add User. If you need an existing email id to be updated, please reach out the customer success.

You can autoforward emails to setting up forwarding filters on Gmail. Learn more here.

Upload invoices via manual upload

The other way to get invoices into Juni is to upload them manually using the “Import Invoice” button in the top right.

This allows you to upload an invoice by either searching for a file on your computer or dragging it directly into the upload field.

Once processed, we auto-fill in as much of the information as possible via OCR.

Any fields that we cannot automatically find and fill will be highlighted for your review. Please ensure you double check the data we have extracted with the invoice on the right hand side.

You can either complete the information now, or save and come back to it later. Please note, you must always enter an amount and currency for the invoice before proceeding.

Once you have saved the invoice, you can edit the details at any time using the side panel.

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