Divvy Inc. release notes
Divvy Inc. release notes

Calculate your rewards $




To make it easier for you to calculate your rewards points in real dollar terms, we’ve added an in-product link to our rewards points calculator.

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We’re working on bringing additional clarity into Divvy around your rewards points, so stay tuned for more!

Dispute status tags on the Transactions page




After a transaction has been disputed, the new "Disputed" status tags will show exactly which transaction was disputed in your transaction tab. You also won’t have to guess if a credit or subsequent debit is related to your dispute because with the new “Dispute Update” tag will let you know.

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Choose your timezone




You can now adjust the timezone for your business at the company level. This can be changed in your company settings.

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Transaction export improvement




We’ve improved the way you export transactions. Now, rather than wait for the system to generate the list, we’ll generate the export and send a .zip file to the email address on your Divvy account.

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Mobile updates for more personalization




The Divvy mobile app is one of our customers' favorite tools. We’ve added updates to better personalize the mobile experience based on role (Admin, Budget Owner, Budget Member, and Bookkeeper) and help keep your wallet more organized by consolidating your cards—your physical card will always be on top!

This update also includes any easy way to find your profile on the top right corner of your screen on the mobile app. This is also where you can quickly switch the companies from within the mobile app if you have more than one company you're working out of!

Learn more about the updates made to our mobile app in our product updates blog here.

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IRS mileage rate update




The standard IRS mileage reimbursement rate will be automatically updated from:

  • $0.560 in 2021


  • $0.585 in 2022.

If you’re using this standard rate, we’ll update it for you in the new year! If you'd like to make changes yourself, go to your Reimbursement Settings.

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Secondary address field for physical card orders




A secondary address field has been added to the card order page to remind admins to include unit numbers, apartment numbers, etc. when applicable. This way your physical card gets to you and your employees quickly and without any confusion.

Redeem rewards with confidence




We’ve given the rewards redemption flow a new look and feel that’s a little more Divvy. Along with that, you’ll notice we’ve added some extra information around rewards for you to be aware of, including:

  • Your current billing cycle
  • The multipliers you’re earning based on your current billing cycle
  • A reminder that you need to use at least 30% of your credit line for rewards eligibility
  • Other info on redemption availability

The final touch to the work done here is a confirmation on what rewards you have redeemed. This means that you’ll now receive an email confirmation each time your rewards have been redeemed for your convenience.

Keep an eye out for more tender love and care for the rewards experience in 2022!

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Payment reminder banners




New payment reminder banners will remind you that a payment is due 5 calendar days before each billing cycle ends. Check it out.


Updated default card type when Budget Owners create virtual cards




When a Budget Owner creates a virtual card specifically using a recurring budget, you have to choose what type of virtual card you’d like to create: a burner card or a subscription card.

A burner card expires 7 days from the creation date by default (but you can adjust expiration date as needed) and is designed for one-time online purchases. A subscription card comes with a monthly limit so that funds will be allocated directly from the associated budget each month.

Before, the burner card type was the default card type when creating a virtual card. We’ve changed that to fit more customer needs so that the subscription card is now the default card type.