Use any of our custom invoice email templates to gently remind your clients of invoice/s to be paid or past the due date. These templates can be personalized to add your logo to your bill and customized to incorporate your order number, quantities, unit pricing, and taxes.
Invoice emails are sent to a customer or a business you have a transactional relationship with i.e. who owe you money for the goods you sold to them. For example, you’d raise an invoice to get paid by an organization that used your services in a freelancing capacity.
The purpose of invoice emails is to have control of your finances by keeping your clients posted and ensuring you get paid timely.
An invoice email template can be useful in the following scenarios.
Request for tax invoice.
Invoice request email to customer.
Invoice request email to a business.
Invoice follow up.
Invoice request email to supplier.
Each email element is customizable in our drag-and-drop editor.
Using the AMP email framework, you can add interactive widgets - forms etc. in the email using the AMP email framework.
Legible font size and type
Color contrast follows the standard 4.5:1 ratio.
Enough white space and smaller paragraphs for better readability
Distinguishable and clear call to action button
ALT text for all the images
Responsive for every screen size
AMP display for AMP supported email clients
HTML display if email clients don't support AMP
Email subject line and preheader text preview
Zoom integration: Add a Zoom registration form
Calendly integration: Add calendar widget for demo call bookings
Integromat integration: For automating the emails
You can customize these templates using our codeless, drag and drop email editor.
Pick your template and click on 'Use this template.'
Mailmodo's email template builder will open. Here, you can customize the template:
Change the email layout and content alignment.
Add or remove content blocks.
Add widgets like forms etc.
Once you make all the changes, preview both the AMP and fallback (HTML) version and check for mobile and desktop previews.
Then, save the template.
You can now send the email template to the recipient.
To learn in detail, check out our help guide.