You can add the due date and issue date to your invoices by following the simple steps below.
Step 1: Open Simple Invoice from your Shopify store’s “Apps” section.
Step 2: Click on the “Templates” on the Simple Invoice dashboard.
Step 3: Click on the Options section, and click on both the Show Issue Date and Show Due Date under the Order Details.
Important Note: You can add the Issue Date and Due Date to your Draft Orders. You can find how you add these dates to your orders below.
Step A: Go to your Shopify Admin, click on the Orders section, and click on the Create Order button.
Step B: After adding the necessary information, click on the Payment Due Later box.
Step C: Select one of the Payment Terms options and choose the Issue Date.
Even after the draft is converted to an order, the Payment Terms can be edited later in the order detail. You can find simple steps below.
First, Click on the order you wish to change, and click on the Edit link near the Payment Due line.
Second, You can now change or remove the Payment Terms from the Edit payment terms window. After making the necessary changes, click on the Save button.
Step 4: Click on the Save button.
Shopify doesn’t offer a date field about the date when you first issue your invoices. If invoice date is mandatory for you, we can add a field called invoice date to your template. The invoice date will be the date when you print or download an invoice.
For example, When you receive an order today, Shopify will send the order notification email to your customer. Your customers will be able to click and download the invoice for their order. The date and time they download their order will be the invoice date. But when you print or download the same order on a different day, the invoice date will be changed to the date when you last printed or downloaded it.
If this is a suitable option for you, please create a Support ticket or simply click here.