U by BB&T: My Receipts (Mobile App)
See how the My Receipts feature allows you to collect, view and manage your receipts all in one place in U by BB&T®.
Welcome to the demo for My Receipts, the feature that lets you collect, view, and manage your receipts all in one place. In this video, we're going to cover the My Receipts feature on the mobile app. We also have a demo that covers how to use My Receipts on a desktop or laptop, so be sure to check out that, too.
OK, let's get started. To add the My Receipts tile to your dashboard, just click here to add tiles. Click on My Receipts. Then on My Receipts tile, click Get Started. You'll be prompted to set up a My Receipts email address. This will allow your My Receipts tile to capture e-receipts directly from merchants.
So the next time you're checking out at a store and they offer an emailed receipt, give them your new My Receipts email address and the email receipt will show up right here in the My Receipts tile on your dashboard, like this. You can also upload photos of physical receipt copies using the mobile app. Simply click Capture Receipt and take your photo.
You can even attach the receipts to your transactions. You can do this two ways. One, from the receipt itself just click Attach, select the account and find the transaction, then click Attach Receipt. Or if you are looking at your transaction history, you can also attach your receipt to a specific transaction by clicking here. Your captured receipts will automatically display. Then you just pick the one you want to attach to the transaction.
Receipts are saved for two years. Word of warning though, if you delete a receipt, it's gone. So be careful to only delete when you are sure you do not need it anymore.
That's it for receipts. Hope this demo was helpful. And we hope that My Receipts feature helps you stay a little more organized and makes your life a little easier.
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