Paytm custom invoice series – What is it & How can you use it?

Rebecca Menezes | Sep 10, 2020

Paytm is one of the prominent marketplaces when it comes to making changes to its features for sellers. The etailer updated its seller app not so long ago. To benefit sellers, it even introduced Paytm seller services and seller training. To make things easier for sellers on its ecommerce platform it also introduced a new feature that allows sellers to customize their invoice series.

What does custom invoice series let sellers do?

With the help of the new custom invoice series feature, sellers can change their invoice number sequence directly on Paytm’s seller panel. This way sellers can maintain in sync Paytm invoices.

How to customize invoice number sequences?

Step 1 – Go to the ‘profile’ and select ‘invoice settings’.

Step 2 – Click ‘Add custom invoice number sequence’ against a specific warehouse.

Step 3 – There are 2 separate series for CST and VAT orders. Arrange the sequence of both invoices based on desired preferences by simply dragging the attributes – ‘Merchant Id’, ‘warehouse Id’, ‘Financial year’ and ‘text’ into the given blank spaces above them.

Step 4 – Choose the validity-from-to of the series by using the calendar view. Make sure to select the ‘reset’ option. If the ‘reset’ option is not enabled, the series created will expire in the next financial year. Select the ‘save’ option and proceed.

Step 5 – Depending on the warehouse chosen, the saved invoice sequence will show for both, VAT and CST and its validity period will be given against the given warehouse.

The custom invoice series can also be removed by deleting it. Simply select the delete icon towards the right of a warehouse and confirm the action.

For more detailed understanding of this feature from Paytm click here.

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