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iOS Application

iPhone mobile devices can be used to make claims on our dedicated iOS application. This is available through the app store on your device.

Type in MyExpensesOnline on your iPad or iPhone and select our application to download this to your device.

Once downloaded onto the device you will be presented with the login screen shown below.

Logging in on iOS

You will need to enter the web address for your MyExpensesOnline site.

Your username/email address and password will also need to be entered.

Once logged in you will be presented by the screen below.

My Claims

This screen shows 3 circles My Claims, Authorise and the Plus icon.

The My Claims section is the history showing all claims created/submitted and claims in draft.

The Authorise circle will only appear if you are set up as a manager to approve claims.

Tapping on the Plus icon will take you through to the claim assistant where the claim can be created.

Claim Assistant

A Claim Type will need to be set for the claim, this can be selected by using the Claim Type dropdown box.

A Description of the claim will also need to be entered before progressing to the next stage of the claim assistant.

Claim Categories

Tap on any of the circle icons to open up that specific category selection, the icons indicate which type of expenses can be claimed using the category selection.

The app will only support standard purchase claim lines, so as such only these categories will be made available on the application.

To continue with the claim assistant tap any icon and then select one of the categories.

Claim CategoriesAssistant

The claim process is very straight forward on the iOS device, once the category is selected all that remains is takingand a photograph of the receipt andis addingadded, the claim line amount. is ready to be uploaded into your draft claims.

ClaimReceipt CategoriesUpload


Claim description of this particular claim line is also needed in order to progress.Categories

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