#tags are also called Hash Tags. They are used for tracking topics and performing actions automatically.

For example –
#projectx to group tasks into a separate list or performing an action
#expense which is intelligently aware of transaction amounts regardless of how you type it and can push a purchase transaction into to your accounting system
#todo reminds you stuff needs to be done
#done is applied when you have done it and you get the great satisfaction of watching it disappear from your todo list.
#bug pushes details of software problems you have found to popular issue tracking systems
#map shows you locations visually

Get Attached Yet Remain Independent

So you want to store a picture on Coinr Box? Just use #file (or tap the camera icon or drag and drop).

Perhaps it is a picture of an expense receipt.

Maybe it is a product picture from a competitor you want to share with colleagues and publish with a short link and analytics and social marketing tools.

Perhaps it is a marketing campaign idea or a new creative idea for a store you have just opened?

Just drag it onto the browser when you are making a coin drop (go to coinr.com/add) and type a little bit of text then drag on the image.

For example –

#expense $25 lunch with @dan

Then drag and drop an image on to your browser (before you hit save) and it will look like this

#expense $25 lunch with @dan #file receipt_image.png

The above creates a private purchase transaction in your accounting system (e.g. saasu) and a contact (if it doesn’t already exist) and pushes the image to your drop box.

Or to make it public just add #public to make something like this very high resolution image that some find a little humorous – https://www.coinr.com/public/3Ikykpax0p

Don’t forget you do need to have at least a free dropbox account plus maybe an account at saasu for your accounting and setup credentials at coinr.com/credentials


Track business & personal expenses

Tracks and stores in your choice of accounting system.

Just type #expense followed by the details of your purchase and it will be logged into coinr with a date time stamp, location and who incurred the expense automatically.

Add the name of the merchant e.g. @exchangecafe and the names of the people you were with to meet your personal and business record keeping requirements for tax purposes. Using a name adds it to your contacts list. You don’t need to use complex twitter handles, just use the language you prefer e.g. @pete @laura and coinr will learn who you mean over time and auto-enable smart connections.

Click ‘lists’ to see all your expenses in one place.

Click ‘Account’ then select ‘Cloud Settings’ from the menu to automatically push your expenses to your favourite personal, small business or enterprise accounting system.