With AbaNinja it is possible to create invoices with a QR payment section or without a payment slip.
You can find more information about the options here:
Which payment slips can be used with AbaNinja?
Activate payment slip
In order to be able to use one of the payment slips in AbaNinja, you must deposit your bank account under Finance > Banking and activate the payment slip there.
As soon as you create an invoice and select the corresponding bank account as the bank details, a payment slip is automatically attached to the invoice.
Edit payment slip
Under Settings > Customers > Invoices > Payment slip you can choose whether the payment slip is to be displayed with or without a background image, issued on an additional page or the invoice amount is to be displayed. The alternative payment method (TWINT) can also be added here.
Payment slip with background image
The payment slip is highlighted with a coloured graphic.
If you use perforated payment slips, for example, you can use this setting to print only the payment information.
Important: The image of the payment slip generated with this setting is not optimised for payment at
the counter. Charges may be incurred here.
Output payment slip on a new page
If this setting is deactivated, the payment slip is displayed on the first page of an invoice as long as there is space for it. For example, in the case of invoices with several items, the payment slip is transferred to the next page after a certain point.
If this setting is activated, the payment slip is always displayed on a separate page.
Show invoice amount on payment slip
If you want to create invoices where your customers choose or determine the invoice amount themselves, then you can use this setting to hide the invoice amount on the payment slip.
This is used in AbaNinja for variant invoices, for example.
Alternatives Zahlverfahren (TWINT) hinzufügen
This provides the option that an invoice can also be paid via TWINT.
You can find more information on this topic in the following article:
In AbaNinja, payment slips are only supported for CHF (Swiss francs). Payment slips in foreign currencies are not planned.